Shortly after stopping for the blackfaced imapala in the raod, we encountered a large herd of about 15 elephants. These may have been the same ones we saw the night before at the Moringa Waterhole, as we were only a couple of miles away.
The stark, plantless landscape of the Etosha Pan. This giant salt flat often looks like a lake from a distance, but most of the year it's dry. Very little of it had water while we were there, and the part that did was very shallow.