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Welcome to the jungle

Posted by
shoti (somewhere in, China) on 14 June 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Elephants are vital to Thailand's tourism industry. Sadly, not all of them are well taken cared of. Like most people, the "operators" of these poor elephants only think of themselves and cut most of the costs, which can sometimes mean starving them for some time. poor elephants..

Damnoen Saduak
Ratchaburi, Thailand

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Tede from Aubenas 07, France

The elephants are made to live in freedom not to be slaves! Very nice image. Good day.

14 Jun 2010 5:23am

Xerophytes from London, United Kingdom

I went there and rode the elephant, great scenery!

14 Jun 2010 6:49am

k@ from Paris, France

Light is superb, we seem to enter a Kipling novel !

14 Jun 2010 7:54am

Marie LC from Dauphiné, France

Today I also show the Thailand with a feminine Akka portrait. A very beautiful country where this one.

14 Jun 2010 8:38am

P J W Miller from Chase Terrace, United Kingdom

Expoitation indeed of a wonderful creature

14 Jun 2010 9:14am

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

The dappled light and rich colors are truly beautiful Edwin! A lovely image! It seems to me you are doing just what the young far and wide, enjoying the bounty of mother nature:)

16 Jun 2010 11:29am

lea from Philippines

galing pre! (mga shots mo, di ko pa tapos lahat i-view eh) isa ka palang henyo sa photography! :)

17 Jun 2010 5:39am

Mirza Ahmad from Amsterdam, Netherlands

Thank you for visiting my blog.

19 Jun 2010 7:54am

Mirza Ahmad from Amsterdam, Netherlands

Nice capture by the way, I just viewed it closely and noticed that they are planning to rip out the tree, did you get any post-op captures?

19 Jun 2010 7:56am