Namutoni water hole hosts animals large and small. For this work, I have singled out a solitary, younger elephant bull displaying some agitation. Typically, the inhabitants like the springbok, wait patiently for their turn to drink. I am always captivated and inspired with the magic light as the sun goes down in these wilderness areas. The last warm glow of the sun’s rays stretch across the land, caressing everything in its path and in this case, highlighting the dry autumn leaves.
Description: African elephant and springbok at waterhole
Medium: Oil on Belgian linen
Dimensions: 120cm x 80cm