Monday, May 05, 2008

Visual Rhythm

We had a wonderful time at Tembe National Elephant Park. The Game Viewing was great and the exposure to the local Tonga Tribe people, who manage and run the park, is a very enriching experience! I find visual rhythm comforting and yet exciting and I decided to snap as much rhythm as I could. I enjoyed the repetition of elements in the herd of elephants, the row of chairs, the stripes on a group of Impala, the shadows of early morning coffee drinkers and the fresh green leaves!

7 comments:

Estelle said...

Welcome back! I notice that your profile has been updated re your married daughter. I hope that you still see her often!!!
Your pics are amazing. I get so excited about Africa. I love how, in a way, you are capturing tessellations in nature.

Lynne said...

fantastic shots - yes, there is something captivating about visual rhthym - a great way of putting it!

Mrs.French said...

Oh my goodness...I am so happy I found your sweet, sweet blog. Lovely photos!

diana @ please sir said...

Wow...looks amazing!

Anonymous said...

looks great! please show us how you used the blue painted pots and twigs at the wedding (with reference to previous posts)

Cicada Studio said...

I spied you thru a comment left on Paper Schmaper's blog. All I can say is great blog, I hardly know where to comment first. But seeing as elephants are my favorite animal EVER, I'll just post here and keep checking back in future.

Freshly Found said...

Thanks Everyone!
Anon - I will hopefully have some good pics from the photographer! The pics we took did not do the tables justice!