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Elephant Skin Abstract

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

Wild elephants can be quite aggressive, which is why it is good to have a long lens on safari to be able to get in close - wildlife photography tip! This elephant was actually on the edge of a lake, and I was in a boat, allowing me to get closer than normal as well. For this image, I chose to focus on the texture of the skin. The right part of the image is the ear, with a decent chunk missing from a hard life. The left of the image is the back with the deep lines in the tough skin. Taking close up shots like this create an abstract image. This was taken at Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda, Africa.

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