Hello! These are a few images from the past few weeks. I’ve finally caught up on my processing to get these images out fro you to see. Lots of reptiles peering out as it gets warmer here in St. Lucia…reaching high 20’s again with a scorching sun. The dragonflies have been out in full force, with literally hundreds flying around town and the park recently, quite a spectacular sight…although many not landing long enough to photograph! Of course the rhinos are always out and about, which is as awesome as always, some good sightings on recent drives reminds me how amazing these animals are. Unfortunately the rise in poaching continues of these animals with approx. 230 rhino poached this year, compared to ~120 last year and ~80 the year before. As well I had the privilege to visit Tembe Elephant Park, home to around 220 of South Africa’s last indigenous elephant herds. As well, these elephants are the largest in the world, having the largest tusks as seen in the photos below. Enjoy!