I love this little five-photo series of two young-ish elephants having a little dust-up over a watering hole. (For those unfamiliar with the term “dust-up” it means a quarrel or argument.) I like using it here for obvious reasons. The dust they kick up helps capture the motion between the photos, as the elephant on the right chases the other one away.
Look at those ears! All flared out in indignation. My watering hole! Mine!! All mine!!!
These photos were taken at Mfuwe Lodge in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia.
Answer to the “mystery bird” photo in my last blog: that was an African Jicana, common to southern Africa.