Will do ... you take care ... cheers Hilary
That's a great picture! Looks like they are walking with a purpose :)have a good one too!betty
Made me think of the Jungle Book with the Elephants on parade Betty.
What a lovely photo! We were in Kenya in June and loved seeing elephants (and all the other animals) in their natural environment. We also got to visit the orphaned elephant we've adopted at David Sheldrick foundation in Nairobi
I thought so too Sue. Lucky you to see them in Kenya. Did you elephant have a name?
Yes he is called Ambo because he was discovered in the region of Amboselli. His mother died in the drought 2 years ago. David Sheldrick foundation are brilliant. These orphans need looking after for up to 10 years so its a huge commitment. I realise I'm only one of hundreds of 'foster mums' paying an annual adoption fee but its worth it. I took some videos of him and his friends at the orphanage.
You should write a blog about him and post the video as well Sue.
Great shot. love the way they're lined up.
Me too Ivy