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    Elephants part two

    Two more images to follow on from my last post.

    C&C welcomed.

    Elephants part two

    Elephants part two

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    Re: Elephants part two

    Just keep them coming, Clive and we'll enjoy them.

    I find the first one a bit busy, with trunks and legs all over the place! But the second one hits the mark, again, for me.

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    Re: Elephants part two

    Another wonderful set.

    I too like #2.

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    Re: Elephants part two

    Hi Donald, many thanks and I agree that #1 is hectic, the young elephant caught my attention with its antics and I had to try and capture it.

    Hi Bobo, many thanks.

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    Re: Elephants part two

    Wish there were elephants in Florida, nice images Clive.

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    Re: Elephants part two

    The second one for me too, a really nice shot !

    Quote Originally Posted by jprzybyla View Post
    Wish there were elephants in Florida, nice images Clive.
    Have you looked Joe - I mean really looked

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    Re: Elephants part two

    Hi Joe, many thanks, they really are a remarkable subject and I wish everyone could have the experience of spending time with them in the wild.

    Hi Paul, thank you.

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