On my last photo tour to South Africa at Sabi Sabi, my group and I had the incredible good fortunate of coming upon a blue eyed elephant. Our guide explained that there are only three known African elephants in the world that have eyes like this -- the other two are in Kenya. The elephant is about four years old. The better shot I took is head-on, but unfortunately it's not tack sharp because I had been shooting landscapes from our safari vehicle and I hadn't switched to the higher ISO and faster shutter required for animals. I've attached that photo also, but it's disappointing. The head-on shot required a certain amount of depth of field, too, because the trunk was a few feet closer to me than the eyes and I using a 400mm focal length, thus making DOF quite shallow. The side view is not a great shot as elephant photography goes, but it's such a rare animal that I wanted to share it. My camera settings for this were 1/60, f/5.6, 400 ISO.