I was woken up by a indefinable thirst this morning. With half open eyes, I open the zip of my roof top tent, climb down the ladder and grab the water bottle, which was luckily cooled down by the fresher air of the night.
We had camped on the west side of the park after we had crossed the large dried up Lake Amboseli yesterday afternoon.
With reluctance I am thinking of our journey back through the dry saltpan in the unbearable heat.
I didn´t want to waste the cooler morning hours that´s why we set off fairly quickly.
My miserable mood is somehow swept away while my eyes drift away in this vast flat and open land around us. It´s so dry that the soil is a pattern of deep cracked open furrows. In the distance a group of giraffes swirls up a dust trail.
It is re-fascinating for me every time what large distances most animals travel in the search of water and what strain and risk they are faced day to day.
We met these two elephant herds just before we drove out of the big saltpan. I like this image because it brings closer the imagination of the big elephant herds and the vast land they live in.
This image of the PRIDE OF AFRICA Collection (African Wildlife) is available to purchase as a limited edition print in 5 different sizes.
The edition size is 101 prints per image plus Artist Proofs of which each size has a certain amount of prints allocated to it. All artworks are personally approved, individually numbered and signed by the artist, Klaus Tiedge. Each artwork is delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity.
We are using Giclee printing method on high quality archival fine art (Hahnemühle German Etching) paper.
For this image the following sizes are available (including white border):