On one of the days while we were on the riverfront area of the Chobe national park in Botswana, the wind was blowing a gale. All the elephantts ears were being blown out from their bodies, it made for some great shots. Elephant photographs always look better when the ears are being flapped out which needless to say needs some timeing and patience.
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