Africa, Photography, Travel

Kruger National Park

Some elephants in Kruger National Park, South Africa.  © 2011 by Bridget Ehemann

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56 thoughts on “Kruger National Park”

  1. The tusks on that elephant seem to be asymmetrical. I often wonder if elephants are vain and get self-conscious about things like that, or for that matter if an elephant knows what asymmetrical means.

  2. Great post thanks for sharing. You have an excellent layout here. I love traveling and can enjoy the ones I’m with a little more when I’m on vacation and traveling abroad. Thanks again for posting this.

  3. Lovely 🙂 If you are ever in the area, Addo Elephant Park in the Eastern Cape, SA, is also very nice. One day I’ll head to Kruger, but right now the distance is not feasible for a South African student-budget.

  4. I was in South Africa 8 years ago now, it was an experience I’ll never forget, have fun! 🙂

  5. I’m from South Africa – currently living and blogging about South Korea. I have been to the Kruger National Park on many occasions. Seeing this post reminded me of home. Thank you! I can’t wait to return for Christmas. 🙂

    Yesterday I posted my own picture of Korean ‘Elephants’- they’re my favourite animals.

    http://www.koreantravels.wordpress.com

  6. I’d like to say a few things about Kruger Park. Nadine Gordimer, the author of The Ultimate Safari, went throigh this park during the civil war in Mozambique without the knowledge of the forest officials to save her life along with her family. She was 9 yrs old then. I had read the story in my English Literature book of Class X.

  7. What a beautiful photo, from a beautiful place… If you like me find Elephants intriguing, read the Elephant Whisperer by Lawrence Anthony. Came across his book, while on holiday at Thula Thula Game Reserve (The owner happens to be the author).

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