Serengeti Wildlife 2019

October 29, 2019  •  1 Comment

In September of this year, we were fortunate to spend several days in the Serengeti in Tanzania. This time of year marks the annual wildebeast migration and the famous Mara river crossings, so the density of wildlife was amazing. Tenderness and tragedy, birth and death co-arising everywhere. Almost beyond comprehension. For a variety of reasons, I've chosen not to post some of the more graphic "kill" scenes, but you might notice that the lions and cheetah still have blood on their lovely faces.

The soundtrack is "Yesu Olchori Lai (choir)" from the album Rhythm of the Maasi, available on iTunes (used here under fair use rules, no rights inferred nor intended.)

Start the slideshow with your computer's sound on and your browser set to allow automatic music/sound -- step into the Serengeti, enjoy

 

karibu, karibu*

 

Jeff

 

 

swahili for "welcome, welcome"


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SC(non-registered)
Brilliant work! Survival is a mesmerizing phenomenon on the Serengeti. Your images have captured it and left spaces for the mind to fill in the rest.
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