Still got plenty of photos from my safari with Grant Atkinson. I don’t know how I’m going to choose elephants since I have so many photos of them.
This was the very first evening. Nice way to start.
Love it when these big guys step into the road and block your way. It’s only a reminder who’s really in charge.
First morning we spent quite a long time sitting with this guy and a few birds. It’s such an incredible feeling of peace and relaxation. Perfect way to start a day.
Some youngsters of a herd becoming more and more curious about their visitors.
There were so many herds on the banks of the water.
a couple of young boys ‘practicing’ being big boys..
a little reminder regarding who’s in charge.
Elephants truly love water. They are comfortable swimming and playing in the water.
Towards the end of the afternoon, the elephants leave the plains, climb the banks and disappear into the woodlands.
Did I mention that elephants love to play with water??
There are four calves in this herd, all about the same age. The youngsters are hard to resist.. feels like I have a million photos of calves.
In the interest of people’s time, I going to do the elephants on the Chobe River separately. There’s plenty here and so many more on the Chobe.