Sun Setting in a Baobab Tree
Tarangire National Park, Tanzania
We spent two weeks in Tanzania at the beginning of a month-long tour with Cheeseman’s Ecology Safaris. Baobab trees, some of which are thousands of years old, can approach heights of almost one hundred feet, with a circumference even larger - the largest of any tree. It is said that poachers often live inside of them. After this picture was taken, we had to race to get out of the park before it closed. After dark, park rangers are known to shoot first, ask questions later.
Photographic details: Nikon F3 35mm Film SLR with a Tokina 100-500mm f/5.6 telephoto zoom. Negatives scanned by Photo Pro.
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