Documentary Travel Mahouts bathing an elephant May 19, 2014 Mahouts bathing an elephant | Kodanad, Ernakulam, Kerala, India The Kodanad elephant training center is a training home for rescued elephants. Prior to the government of India ban on capturing elephants, it was a training center for wild elephants. Share thisShare on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #India#Kerala Post navigation ← All with a Smile A Rajinikanth fanboy → 154 thoughts on “Mahouts bathing an elephant” Comment navigation Newer Comments → This is a beautiful picture, so vibrant. I love the angle of the photo. Elephants are amazing animals! Reply ↓ Beautiful moments…. Reply ↓ Great shot and the elephant looks quite happy :-D Reply ↓ beautiful! Interesting choice of POV! Reply ↓ It’s definitely not something most of us see every day, Joshi! :) Reply ↓ stunning picture. Elephants are my favourite animal so special photo indeed Reply ↓ Absolutely love this, superb composition Reply ↓ Reblogged this on theworldoutsidethewindow and commented: Joshi Daniel’s photography is great. He captures life, emotions and expressions with such vivid clarity. I highly recommend taking a look at his other work. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Thoughts and commented: I love this picture, it just looks painted Reply ↓ Beautiful picture ! Reply ↓ Comforting to know that there is a Rescue Centre – great viewpoint Reply ↓ Beautiful shot! Thanks for sharing this with us. Reply ↓ Great photo! Reply ↓ Nice work. Reply ↓ Beautiful shot Joshi. At first I thought its a painting! Reply ↓ They are doing a great job, and it is a very nice photo documenting. Reply ↓ excellent framing :) Reply ↓ as always beautiful… Reply ↓ Superb shot Joshi, the angle and the perspective you created here is amazing. Enjoyed just looking at all the detail for awhile…gaining perspective, and enjoy it just more & more. Reply ↓ Excellent angle. The post work and color treatment are quite nice. Reply ↓ Wow! Great picture! Reply ↓ Excellent shot..:-) Reply ↓ great capture Reply ↓ wow, that was one a kind of an angle, great shot :) Reply ↓ Is this a picture or a painting? Its just lovely, lively! Reply ↓ Nice image Reply ↓ Very cool shot Joshi. Reply ↓ wow love it XD Reply ↓ You are lucky that able to get to this place. Reply ↓ What a brilliant shot! Loved it :) Reply ↓ This is wonderful Joshi..thanks for sharing your beautiful work !! Reply ↓ wow! hats off to your photography skills. This looks like painting to me! So clear and awesome! Reply ↓ Beautiful Picture.. Reply ↓ Wonderful pic, Joshi. Reply ↓ Joshi there are not words enough to describe your spectacular photography. This photo is superb pure and simple. Reply ↓ Wow! Great shot! Reply ↓ Even the task of washing an elephant has been transformed into an image of beauty and power-wonderful work Joshi! Reply ↓ Stunning! Reply ↓ fantastic image!! Reply ↓ Loved this angle. Nice shot! Reply ↓ amazing shot! Reply ↓ Interesting angle of composition! Reply ↓ A great moment, he looks very calm! Great photowork! Reply ↓ I’ve read and heard quite a bit about this. It seems to me that while there has been some abuses and other improprieties, no zoo, safari or reserve in the entire world has taken better care of captive elephants than India. Reply ↓ An incredible perspective, Joshi! Wow! Reply ↓ Strange perspective et nice colors ! Reply ↓ … something for good… all animals deserve to be free :-) great picture, a tribute to care & freedom :-)claudine Reply ↓ To my eye, one of your best shots, Joshi. Really nice. I love the color tones and lighting, and the composition as well. Thanks for another beautiful photo. (I hope the elephants are returned to the wild…) Mary Reply ↓ Amazing photograph, Joshi. Love the color, texture and the frame of the swirling water. Very well done. Reply ↓ I like the light and point of view here as well as the gestures of the loving care of the elephant by the people. Reply ↓ Comment navigation Newer Comments → Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Basic HTML allowed.