"The first time I saw a rhino in the wild I cried. I still held my camera, my eye pressed firmly against the eye piece. Tears rolled down my cheek. I have loved this animal since I was a child, I wrote reports on them, read books and magazines about them. I loved them but had never seen a wild one. And when I did, when I finally saw one, all I could think, is that there was no way to capture their true beauty, their true essence."
From Collection, "A Place Often Forgotten"
Giclee Print on Illford Exhibition Fiber Paper
12.72 x 30 - Edition of 150
All prints are signed and numbered, and come with a certificate of authenticity.
A portion of the sale of this photo will go to conservation efforts in Eastern Africa