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If you can understand the heat of the Lowveld in South Africa, you can understand why this trio is standing in the shade. Midday is very hot and most animals would be looking for any shade under the trees where it is just slightly cooler. However the bush is their habitat and they will move on when it cools down. This painting was started a few years ago and I have added touches here and there over the years mostly to the heads etc and I can say that finally the painting is finished. Please spare a thought for our Rhino's, 148 have been poached for their horns this year already, 668 last year. Their numbers are dwindling fast.
Oil on canvas board.
Size H610mm x W455mm
October 3rd, 2012
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