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the elephant believe he can fly ,
just like the butterfly in the sky.
every night and day,
he dreams to fly away.
just like this great song from R. KELLY
this super beautiul pic is made my michiel,i hope i edit beautiful too.
One of the best things about the Kingdom of Elephants in Ichihara, Chiba is
that you can see elephants walking outside of their cages.
I just love these animals!! Kruger national park, South Africa.
Thanks for visits, faves and comments!!
Another piece of my elephant collection. The window gives weird reflections, suddenly this elephant has eyes.
As the sun dipped on the vast plains of Amboseli National Park, a male elephant cross the road towards the highlands, where most of the animals seek safety on nights filled with predators.
Elephants shading under an Acacia tree in the Serengeti. Flickr EXPLORE 8/21/2013
A little origami-elephant family in red, what else ;-)) It's one of my favorite models. I hope you like it!
The designer is Fumiaki Kawahata.
Diagrams in Tanteidan Conventie Book 4 or tutorial.
Earlier this month I visited the central California coast for my granddaughter's high school graduation. While there, I visited Point Piedras Blancas where elephant seals often come ashore. A couple here sounding off.
This is an edited version of a photo taken last year. I did hope to find one of these magnificent creatures this year again but no luck so far. This was at Charlottetown gravel pit in sept 07.
one of the main touristic things to do in Chitwan is visiting the park on an elephant, but they need to train them , here you can see how good this one with young listens
Looks like the "elephant" is splashing about in the sea.
The African Elephant faces an uncertain future. Although many exist in Africa, unregulated and illegal trade in ivory could lead to their demise. Human encroachment and the conversion to farmlands are also serious threats to their survival.
Elephants walking along the river bank at Chobe National Park, Botswana. Viewed from a sunset boat cruise.
The first elephant we saw when we entered Sabi Sands at Shaw's Gate.
Shot at midday and the elephant was also a grey/white colour from whatever mud he'd recently rolled in which made the colour version look even harsher hence the B&W conversion.
Kruger National Park