Elephant Nature Foundation book preview

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ELEPHANT NATURE FOUNDATION Chiang Mai Thailand 2/08

I spent the better part of the weekend having some fun with the images from the Elephant Nature Park I took in February.  For those of you who don’t remember that trip it is a rescue for abused and neglected elephants in Thailand.  An absolutely first class program run by all volunteers, under the guidance of the founder Lek.  Clicking on the ELEPHANTS banner at the top of the blog will always get you to their site.

ELEPHANT NATURE PARK IN CHIANG MAI THAILAND

PICTORIAL BOOK PREVIEW

CLICK THE BABY ELLIE BUTT TO ENLARGE TO A STUNNING FULL SCREEN PRESENTATION

I will eventually be offering this as a hardcover book when I get the descriptions all in place.  There is very little profit in printing these small run publications, but any profit I will put back into ENF.

My panda book will be published around the same time in early 2009

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Comments

6 Responses to “Elephant Nature Foundation book preview”
  1. Kris Schnuckle says:

    Sandy, This is lovely. Tears were streaming down my face. Thanks so much for sharing your experiences! Can you tell me who is singing? I love it.

    Kris

  2. Kirsten Loiseaux-Purcell says:

    Sandy, I am Kris Schnuckle’s friend and neighbor. I just want to thank you for sharing your love with these beautiful animals. Best wishes!
    Kirsten…

  3. Gay Noland says:

    Sandy…

    Fabulous pix…thank you for sharing…you really made my evening!

  4. Mama Bear says:

    Hello Kris, Kirsten and Gay!! I’m SO glad you all stopped in to comment. Every time I look at the slideshow on the elephants I can’t believe #1 that we were doing all those things with the ellies…and #2……the elephants were so gentle with us!! Especially considering their hard hard past lives before ENF.

    I cry each time I watch it still.

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