• Early morning in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. I am struck by the bleakness of the landscape. I am waiting in this starkness, hoping to photograph relaxed elephants going about the business of living in this space. Presently, two dots appear on the horizon and imperceptibly magnify. I imagine that they are on a gigantic iceberg, unconcerned with the emptiness all around, and I gratefully accept the gift of this photograph.

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  • Mid-morning in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. It is hot and dusty with nothing to see for miles. I could do without the heat but the dust is actually a boon since it softens the light. I am waiting for elephants journeying from far away to the perennial swamp inside the national park. On the horizon, a faint, dusty line appears. It is steady in its rhythm. Dwarfed by space, the line of giants is unwavering in its purpose of getting to the thirst quenching swamp. I finally see a pattern in scale and thankfully accept the opportunity with my camera.

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    March
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  • Late morning in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. Being exposed to the direct rays of the sun, it feels too warm for comfort. I am watching a family of elephants, moving at a glacial pace toward me. I am hoping to photograph them separated in space yet united by invisible ties. I feel the silence normally reserved for great mountains and trust my luck for a photograph of implicit unity.

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    Front
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  • Mid-morning in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. This is a country of space. I wait for elephants and daydream into nothingness. Presently an elephant family comes marching in single file, destination the magnetic swamp. I hear their breathing, the sound of their ears flapping, and their stomachs rumbling. They pass by and then fade from view. Soon, they are slow motion ghosts.

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    Fade
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