A passionate Documentary photographer specialising in Cape Wild Fires has just posted the cutest video of a young Elephant splashing water at his game-viewing vehicle.
Limpopo, South Africa – Justin Sullivan has been exploring photography in the greater Cape Town region for the past four years, broadening his expertise in Documentary Photography – specialising in Cape Wild Fires – but sometimes getting great wildlife shots as well!
After completing his secondary schooling at the all-boys-boarding school Michaelhouse, Justin studied Development & Environmental Studies at the University of Stellenbosch. Justin completed majors in Geography & Environmental Studies, Public & Development Management, and a half-major in Sociology.
Sullivan now focusses his work on highlighting contemporary issues within South Africa, using photography to display insights into an unknown world. His documentary work from numerous Wild Fires around Cape Town has been highly recognised both locally and internationally, with various publications for print and online media.
Sullivan was recently in Klaserie filming a Leopard Documentary when they came across a young Ellie near a watering hole.
“Had myself an ‘African Bush Shower’ this morning as a young Ellie sprayed water all over the side of the Vehicle… Currently in the Klaserie filming a Leopard Documentary. Filmed at ‘Africa on Foot’ – on commission for Sun Destinations working together with ReWild & Rogan Roams.”
Watch the video below:
Had myself an 'African Bush Shower' this morning as a young Ellie sprayed water all over the side of the Vehicle.. Currently in the Klaserie filming a Leopard Documentary 🙂 Filmed at 'Africa on Foot' – on commsion for Sun Destinations working together with ReWild & Rogan Roams
Posted by Sullivan Photography on Thursday, 30 May 2019