A male African elephant in Ngorongoro crater, Tanzania. I was told it is rare to see elephants this old as ivory poachers in the 1970s and 1980s killed most of the mature males. So while it is common to see 30 year old males today, 50 and 60 year olds, the ones with huge tusks, are much less common. This is the best shot I could get of him. He refused to look at the camera and every time the safari jeep would move forward to get a better view he would turn away from us. An old pro.
I was walking in between temples in Angkor Wat, Cambodia when I saw this groomed road cutting across an open field. The water in front of the road was reflecting vehicles driving past. I shot a few tuk-tuks as they motored past but couldn’t get the reflection right and didn’t like the tourists in the back. I moved a bit and found an opening in the tree line that would nicely frame a subject on the road. However most of the traffic was heading into the complex and traveling from right to left in the photo. Because of this they were on the far side of the road and their reflections were getting cut off. I waited for a bit and spotted a bicyclist coming from the other direction. I shot a few frames as he entered the reflection zone, this is the best of the group.