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This picture captures the moment an African elephant steps out onto a tree branch to forage for food. The male elephant from South Luangwa National park, Zambia, climbed a giant termite mound to access the fruit in a nearby tamarind tree. Photographer Bryan Jackson, 61, captured the image while working as a wildlife guide for Remote Africa Safaris.

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This picture captures the moment an African elephant steps out onto a tree branch to forage for food. The male elephant from South Luangwa National park, Zambia, climbed a giant termite mound to access the fruit in a nearby tamarind tree. Photographer Bryan Jackson, 61, captured the image while working as a wildlife guide for Remote Africa Safaris.

Photographer Marina Cano Captures Wild Animals in Their Most Unguarded Moments | PetaPixel

Photographer Marina Cano Captures Wild Animals in Their Most Unguarded Moments

Amani - 16x20 SOLD for $2900 Oil on canvas I recently returned from an incredible 4 weeks in Africa and this is the first painting I completed after my travels back at the studio. I watched this African elephant from my vehicle throw dust all over herself. It was a very peaceful and humbling moment. Naturally I named this Amani, which means ‘peace’ in Swahili. Her calm composure was sweet to capture. #elephant #africa #safari #wildlifeart #animals #nature #wildlife #oilpainting #fineart #art

Amani - African Elephant - 16x20 Oil on canvas

Amani - 16x20 SOLD for $2900 Oil on canvas I recently returned from an incredible 4 weeks in Africa and this is the first painting I completed after my travels back at the studio. I watched this African elephant from my vehicle throw dust all over herself. It was a very peaceful and humbling moment. Naturally I named this Amani, which means ‘peace’ in Swahili. Her calm composure was sweet to capture. #elephant #africa #safari #wildlifeart #animals #nature #wildlife #oilpainting #fineart #art

Marina Cano est une Photographe de Nature talentueuse à la renommée internationale, spécialisée dans la "Capture" d'Animaux Sauvages. Ses Aventures l'ont menée dans divers pays d'Afrique et d'Europe pour photographier les animaux dans leur habitat naturel.

Elle capture la beauté majestueuse des animaux sauvages, des portraits intimes et puissants

Marina Cano est une Photographe de Nature talentueuse à la renommée internationale, spécialisée dans la "Capture" d'Animaux Sauvages. Ses Aventures l'ont menée dans divers pays d'Afrique et d'Europe pour photographier les animaux dans leur habitat naturel.

Photographers across the world capture striking silhouettes of animals against sensational skies

Photographers capture silhouettes of animals against sensational skies

Photographers across the world capture striking silhouettes of animals against sensational skies

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ᴘɪɴᴛᴇʀᴇsᴛ: ɢᴏᴏᴅᴊᴜᴊᴜᴛʀɪʙᴇ // ɪɢ: @ɢᴏᴏᴅᴊᴜᴊᴜᴛʀɪʙᴇ ॐ

Peter Beard- photographer  Google Image Result for http://www.mediabistro.com/unbeige/files/original/peter%2520beard.jpg

Peter Beard- photographer Google Image Result for http://www.mediabistro.com/unbeige/files/original/peter%2520beard.jpg

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Traveler Photo Contest: Spontaneous Moments#/alaska-kaktovik-polar-cubs_91031_600x450.jpg#/alaska-kaktovik-polar-cubs_91031_600x450.jpg

"Female elephants live together in a matriarchal clan, consisting of a mother with her grown-up daughters and all of their offspring. Whenever they sense danger, the adults instinctively protect the young demonstrating solidarity and strength. This photo shows the matriarch of such a group. Her raised head and spread ears told us she was not agitated, but alert and the challenge was to capture the moment of eye contact in a sharp close-up before moving away. This wasnt straightforward be

"Female elephants live together in a matriarchal clan, consisting of a mother with her grown-up daughters and all of their offspring. Whenever they sense danger, the adults instinctively protect the young demonstrating solidarity and strength. This photo shows the matriarch of such a group. Her raised head and spread ears told us she was not agitated, but alert and the challenge was to capture the moment of eye contact in a sharp close-up before moving away. This wasnt straightforward be

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