We arrived to Ruaha national Park. We woke up early that morning and went for a game drive, not too much happened that morning and at the end of the day as we were going back to our camp site, we noticed a herd of elephants. We stopped the car and we were enjoying watching a little calf in a water hole with mud and all the adults elephants were watching it. Two of the young adults who were in the herd started to play with each other, entwining their trunks and pushing each other. It was difficult to wait for the right moment to take a photo as behind them in the distance was a building being built and we didn't want this in the photo. Eventually we took many pictures but this building behind was very distracting, so we kept waiting in the hope that two elephants would move out of this position and with patience they did, and we got the shot we were after. After 40 pictures for both of us, we were really satisfied with the result.
Dalida Innes was born in south in France in 1972, in the countryside, passionate about animals since young. She started to work with them and studied them, after few years, she moved to Australia where she met her husband and made her discovery of photography. Currently studying wildlife photography. Andrew Innes was born in 1967 of an artist/writer/musician/actor father, surrounded by two other artists sisters, he has always had the sense of artist in his blood but in different way, in photography. He started his photography on film very young when he used to go travelling with his parents. His passion for photography and wildlife was always there. Currently Andrew is working as a pipe fitter welder. Living today in Sydney, Australia. Dalida and Andrew combine together their love of animals and the passion of photography.Dalida and Andrew Innes at 500px.com
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