At a water hole in Etosha National park in Namibia, in Africa, two elephants face each other drinking water. We see them both from the side and right one has the trunk towards the left one.
The elephants are light in color due to the sand and clay of Etosha. At the waterhole, lots of other animals are also drinking: springbok and gemsbok.
The landscape is clearly desert: it is empty and barren with only some barren, yellowish low grass growing.
The sky is soft blue and a little misty from all the dust. As a result, the color is not bright blue but a bit more gray.
I took the picture on one of my safari trips.
This artworks is offered by Simone Janssen
Wildlife photographer with a great passion for Africa. In the Netherlands I photograph weddings, but I go to Africa as often as I can to create new work.