"A Sanctuary for Spirits and Ghosts"
Sundown Through a Baobob Tree
This was taken near dusk on our first night on the Serengeti Plains. The Baobab Tree is a very old, majestic tree in danger of extinction. Elephants hollow them out with their tusks allowing them to serve as reservoirs for rain water, sites for wild bee hives or as nesting trees for hornbills.
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