A Giclee Print featuring an Elephant A Limited Edition of 500 Prints Made in Our Own Studios and Available in Three Sizes Reproduced on Hahnemuhle German Etching Paper.
Elephant Art: Egbert's Dad (Murder on the Zambezi: an Eye-Witness Report by Egbert the Elephant to the Tanzanian Authorities). The crocodile was about twenty feet long. It lay motionless on the riverbank, jaws agape. From its lower row of teeth hung a dark coloured high-heeled shoe, and there was what appeared to be a small ladies hand-bag lying on the sand next to it. A little further up the beach lay an empty bottle and two long-stemmed glasses.A short time later, two park rangers approached the scene and stopped approximately sixty feet from the crocodile. One ranger drew his pistol and fired a single shot into the air. The crocodile whipped around and launched itself into the depths.The ranger holstered his pistol, retrieved the bag and shoe and said, "Looks like poetic justice to me." He then tossed the bag and the shoe towards his partner.The second ranger examined the two items, running a hand over the material from which they were made, then he said quietly, "Poetic justice, indeed."SKU: 1031