Posts Tagged ‘elephants’

Walking alone

An elephant walks alone. It walks with gradual, grand purpose. It walks against a backdrop of stunning reds and other colors associated with the final moments of sunset. Perhaps, this elephant is walking because the late hour is drawing near. In hardly any time at all, the sky will pass into twilight. Will be the […]

Nous avons vu

The title of this piece is French. It translates to “We’ve Seen You.” As you regard the message of the title in relation to the actual art of this piece, you will certainly also appreciate the remarkable detail and personality that is captured in this scene depicting two elephants. They have most certainly seen you, […]

Hi There

“Hi There!” is the English translation of this piece. You are being greeted warmly by a family of elephants against a scenic, calming, natural backdrop. These elephants are aware that you have come closer, and they are welcoming you to what is likely their home. What are you going to do next? Is there even […]


Freedom to the elephants

A nude woman stands surrounded by elephants. She is carrying a source of light that is proving to be absolutely essential in such dark circumstances. To look at this painting, one could easily say that she is the one who is leading them to freedom. What we wonder about instead is who this woman is, […]

F8 and Be There

The story behind the photo. Years ago, as a brand new photojournalist who had graduated from the University of Texas, I was lucky and blessed to land a job at the Dallas Times Herald. At the time, DTH was considered one of the top major newspapers in the nation. DTH was in the midst of […]

When a Hobby becomes a Passion

The image was taken in Amboseli National Park in Kenya. The park is like a huge moon landscape and at that time it was very dry.