Where’s Art? Episode 10 – Mana Pools, Zimbabwe, Africa

Though my Africa trip seems like a ages ago, I still have much to share in the form of another episode or two of “Where’s Art?”! This leg of the journey was to Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe. I had two book projects in mind when I planned to come to this location, and it did not disappoint! For a book on elephants, coming to Mana Pools was a must due to the unique flora that can be found here providing a backdrop that you just won’t see anywhere else. I also had my sights set on capturing some nighttime exposures of baobab trees silhouetted against the starry evening sky for a book that will focus on images captured in between dusk and dawn.

Though the elephants here are generally accustomed to visitors to this area, they are still wild animals – and that was proven when a mother decided to charge our group. Fortunately we were prepared and able to use the surrounding trees to our advantage and no one was hurt, but it was just one more reminder about the importance of staying alert and respecting that this is their home. Rounding out the trip were African wild dogs which were entertaining, to say the least!

2 Responses to “Where’s Art? Episode 10 – Mana Pools, Zimbabwe, Africa”

  1. Just returned from Botswana and am very inspired by Art’s beautiful photos of Mana Pools. Was just pondering where do I go next? Elephants are my favorites.

  2. DIANE SANDS says:

    Love Love Love these video’s. Thanks so much for putting them together!

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