365.211/ Mahout Riding an Elephant

365.211/ Mahout Riding an Elephant

365.211/ Mahout Riding an Elephant


© 2013 Jeremy Villasis. All Rights Reserved.

Project 365/211. An elepant handler/trainer (mahout) rides an elephant at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Photo originally appears on "Saving the World, One Elephant at a Time" on Leisure + Adventure TRAVEL (Vol 5 2012/Oct-Nov) Philippines

Taken on: 30th October, 2009. Copyright: All Rights Reserved - See jeremyvillasis's page of Flickr

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