This is a bittersweet sight for a Tanzanian safari. It is beautiful, but also heralds the end of the day where we have to make our way back to the camp. Leaving the park before dark actually aids the anti-poaching units, as any vehicle moving about at night either contains poachers or guards.
Come together, right now. This reminded me of the cover of Abbey Road. Here comes the Sun is one of my favourite songs and I was very happy to find Wildebeest emulating the album cover on their annual migration around Kenya and Tanzania. During the migration they follow the rains in a circle around Kenya and Tanzania. Oftentimes the Wildebeest team up with Zebras to make the journey as the Zebras have the best GPS. It is also for safety via numbers for better detection of predators who follow the herd trying to pick off the very young and the very old.
Taking it all in. Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. It is important to continue travelling, but sometimes I like to stop, look back, and see what kind of dust storm I raised. 200mm, ISO 400, f/11, 1/500 sec