Mara River, Northern Serengeti
Taken August 2018, 800mm Canon 5D mk IV
Every year the wildebeest of the Serengeti make the perilous cross across the Mara river to follow the rains and fresh grass. Not only must they contend with the crocodiles and fast currents that make the river so dangerous, they must also avoid being trampled by their own herd. It is pure chaos. Sitting on the high banks across the river I focused on the densest part of the herd as they made their way across the river. My aim was to capture a photo of this mesmerizing disorder that could really represent the feeling of watching a wildebeest crossing.