Friday, 22 May 2015

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - Elephants at Sunset at Vwasa Lode Malawi (Part 12)

Here we are nearing the end of our day in Vwasa Lodge Safari Park and today I am showing you sunset shots and then at the end, a VIDEO at sunset of Elephants coming down to the water hole for a drink before dark.  Firstly, a wing mirror reflection.






Now for our Elephants so just enjoy them as we did.







CLICK HERE if video does not appear.  You will see more reflections as the Elephants come down to the water.



I hope you enjoyed both the sunset and the Elephants.

I am linking this post with WEEKEND REFLECTIONS.

Thanks for visiting and also to all those who leave comments.

28 comments:

  1. A beautiful sunset on the water! And my favorite is the group of elephants in the distance with the big lacy tree in front. SO pretty!

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  2. Hi Margaret,
    Beautiful pictures of the sunset.
    The video of the Elephants is great.
    I wish you a nice weekend.
    Best regards, Irma

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  3. It's a really dramatic sunset and such a beautiful looking country too. I can say hand on heart I've enjoyed your adventure

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  4. The low sun, makes for the most gorgeous light in your photos. Loved the video as well.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  5. Hari OM
    This has been a most delightful range of photographs you have brought us Margaret! YAM xx

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  6. Hello Margaret. gorgeous sunset captures. And I love the elephants, what a cool sighting.. Great photos and I enjoyed the video. Happy Friday!

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  7. Hi Margaret, I also love to take photos of the car's mirror as we travel. Your sunsets are glorious. And the elephants are always a pleasure to see. Have a great weekend. Jo

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  8. I love elephants, and envy you the opportunity to be so close and see so many. These are great shots.
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  9. i loved the tree against the soft sky with the elephant herd below. great shot!

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  10. These are so beautiful Margaret. love the elephants in the water at sunset. I'm behind on your posts', i need to scan back through them.

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  11. The sunsets are glorious Margaret - and I love elephants so can never see too many elephant photos :) Enjoy your weekend.

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  12. Beautiful- and I especially loved the ellies in the water in the first pic. Have a good weekend my friend x

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  13. Reflections with elephants!

    Pretty awesome, Margaret.
    ~

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  14. Just really enjoy all that golden light, and always love seeing the elephants.

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  15. Your photos are amazing!
    Regarding my reflection, the building is the reflection and the Christmas tree was on the other side of the window. :-)

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  16. Love watching the elephants enjoying the water. They are just magnificent animals. Your video is great. Also, beautiful Malawi sunsets.

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  17. Wonderful trip! beautiful pictures.
    Have a nice weekend!
    Hugs- Cath.

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  18. Baby elephants are so cute! And beautiful sunsets!

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  19. Absolutely brilliant and loved that video of them all at the watering hole. It must have been very exciting to see.

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  20. so great that you got to see so many elephants...

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  21. God has created amazing beauty all around the world. Thanks for sharing these.

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  22. Love seeing the elephants again and love the car mirror shot.

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  23. wonderful reflection of the sunset!

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  24. marvellous images of both reflection, sky and elephant heard :) Great to have for memories of a gret trip.

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  25. What a perfect sunset and those views of the elephants are very special. What terrific memories you must have from that trip.

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  26. Beautiful skies and I love the elephants.

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