The Asian Elephant Series 3
As the subject is the grass, I was a little mixed up ;-)) Beautiful picture, Goldy, I love it. You show this elephant as if it was a racoon crossing the road, as if we see elephants crossing roads every few hours ;-) Too bad we don't see more of its face but I love this picture because of the nice colours, its sharpness and the beautiful light. And the "as if nothing" feeling of it. Thank you!
- kmr13777 (703)
- [2008-02-23 10:02]
Great colors and sharpness Goldy.
- memyselfi (12)
- [2008-02-23 10:27]
I like the colours and sharpness!! TFS
- nglen (36145)
- [2008-02-23 12:10]
Hi Goldy. This is a very nice shot of the Elephant. very natural colours i like the dark clouds in the BG. or is that just the heat haze.your picture shows the grass very well you can see why its called that. well done TFS.
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2008-02-23 16:53]
you have done a superb shot of this elephant passing the road
and from the grass, i love the panorama framing and the landscape
scene of your image, there is an excellent luminosity on your image,
a lovely saturation of the colors, excellent sharpness and details, TFS
- fiyo (15161)
- [2008-02-24 0:56]
very nice picture with very good POV and composition.Lovely light and nice colours. TFS
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2008-02-24 3:45]
Thanks for your kind critique on my recent picture, Goldy.
Jim Corbett Park is my coveted destination, though I have not been able to make it there yet. I see you have done good deal of work there lately.
This image of an elephant ambling across the trail is quite attractive and gives one the feel that the jumbo is quite at its ease in the Park.
Well done and TFS.
- smitha (4409)
- [2008-02-24 5:12]
Very apt title:) beautiful picture. Good colours and nice warm lighting. Congratulations on acieving the 100 points. Keep up your good work and in no time you will cross 1000!
Thanks for the share,
- EOSF1 (23955)
- [2008-02-24 5:13]
Hello Goldy, great capture and beautiful composition! The light is fantastic and I like the warm colors,very well done, thanks!
- sranjan (5784)
- [2008-02-24 17:46]
Great shot, I also visited Jim Corbett in Jan 2008; I could see their pug marks (like a thali) & dung at places. I belive they remain very silent within the greenry of the forest but do enjoy in the river to glory :). The jungle roads are nostalgic & your captures have re-inforced my thoughts & I have planned to visit the park in March 2008 again.A small MAINA is also seen in the approximity of this elephant; I wish you could get to click elephant's face also. Cheers.
Hi Goldy, fascinating view from Africa, great elephant crossing the street with superb colors, very well done, ciao Silvio
- anmolishere (0)
- [2008-02-25 9:47]
A superb capture and nice POV,
- shal (2140)
- [2008-02-28 10:14]
This is my fav. here :)
excellent control on colours and proportions, good compo. man.
It would have been great If you caught the elephant right in the center-perhaps looking at you, or the face & trunk being more visible..
but thats wildlife for you :)
- ankurs (4)
- [2008-03-01 14:00]
I wish the elephant was facing you!!Nonetheless, awesome!!!
- arfer (0)
- [2008-03-02 20:03]
This is a beautiful capture.
It reminds me of the old saying about the corn in the fields.As high as high as an elephant's eye.
I can't imagine driving down a small track like this and coming in contact with a creature such as this.
Nicely focused with sharp detail and lovely natural colours.
- SelenE (13972)
- [2008-03-04 22:50]
I liked the colors, lighting, POV and composition. TFS
- pablominto (14563)
- [2008-03-05 11:47]
A lovely image showing the big guy busy attending his business!
Attractive composition with good light that really brings out the fine colours...
Well balanced with good details!
- vmukherjee (1472)
- [2008-03-09 11:15]
Nice shot with good details and colours.
- Janice (18832)
- [2008-03-09 19:07]
I do like to see youR elephant photos Goldy. And this one is good.
It is well composed with the road placed on the thirds, and the dear elephant disappearing into the tall grasses that "can hide herds of elephants!!"