Part 2: On Safari with Photographer Toby Gelston

Written by Thomson Safaris

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Acclaimed photographer Toby Gelston is back with another riveting clip from his recent Tanzanian safari. This time, he documents a wildlife viewing drive in the northern Serengeti, where he spots cheetah, African buffalo, and countless lions and wildebeest.

Nature lovers will especially want to tune in to the live action takedown of a wildebeest crossing the Nile River around the 10-minute mark, though it’s not for the faint-hearted. As Gelston notes in the video, the scene is not gruesome, but it is intense. After all, there’s a reason why it’s referred to as “the wild!”

Watch the second installment of Gelston’s safari experience to see the northern Serengeti through the eyes of a skilled photographer, and learn some helpful camera techniques in the process.

P.S. Did you miss the first one? Watch it here.