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4 Days in the Mara; what could possibly go right?

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Posted 14 February 2017 - 04:31 PM

Our recent trip to the Mara (December 2016) was again magical. Every day was jam-packed with outstanding sightings. We are novice videographers and put much more effort into photography. I just haven't had a chance yet to start processing any photos from the trip. Heck, I'm still processing videos; I have about 4 or more videos I have yet to upload, including our final compilation of each place we visited in Kenya.


Here's some lengthy video of each day in the Mara. Most video capture is a bit raw and shaky, but hopefully you can enjoy the animals despite our lack of skill. All thumbnails for the videos are my unedited photos from that day.


Day 1 (just a short evening drive; not too much to see in this video: 


Day 2 (good action! Lion kill and Malaika hunting with cubs): 


Day 3 (more great action!): 


Day 4 (outstanding elephant river crossing): 




All the rest of our videos are here: https://www.youtube....8fdZ8AnQ/videos

Edited by travelingteachrz, 14 February 2017 - 04:32 PM.

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