Crossing No. 4 – Part 2

Photographs do not give justice to the witnessing of a wildebeest crossing. With photographs you can’t hear the cacophony of the wildebeest calling or the splashing of the water. There is an excitement that builds watching the animals prepare to cross and once that first wildebeest makes a move, they all rush to the river to cross. It is difficult to explain that experience to someone through photos.



2 Replies to “Crossing No. 4 – Part 2”

  1. Oh, I don’t know . . . I made the mistake of going to a Black Friday sale one year; the wildebeest crossing looks tame by comparison.

    . . . I’d rather take my chances in crocodile-infested waters than shop Black Friday again . . .

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