Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Angry Elephant Sequence

We have had another great few days at Tuningi. The game viewing has been fantastic!

I went out with Gavin and Grant the last few days and I have a lot of images I will be uploading to the Photo Safari Blog this week. The Sereti males with their burning orange eyes. Ditaba and Sepedi the two huge dominant male lions in Madikwe. Wild Dogs on the hunt. Grey Herons mating and flying around Tshukudu Dam. Awesome stuff.

I have a lot of images to go through and will be uploading a Blog with these images soon but in the meantime I had to upload this sequence. We found a herd of ellies close the Bush House and this specific female was not very happy with us wanting to move any further on the road! I got this sequence while Grant was reversing the vehicle as she was shaking her head at us in a show of intimidation.


I will post the images that followed the sequence as soon as I have looked through the images.

There are also a lot of new images on the Photo-Africa Stock Library so check that out as well when you have a moment. Thanks to all the guys for uploading at a furious tempo!

As always I look forward to hearing from you!

Until next time.

Gerry

3 comments:

Michael Palmer said...

WOW!! Very cool! Powerful Series!

Enigma3 said...

I would have the car in reverse too if I saw that elephant shaking her head at me. Great sequence shooting!

Mike - Fenphotography said...

Nice sequence Gerry, gives a great feel of the behaviour of these large animals.