Tanzania (2016)  The first time I traveled to Tanzania, it flew straight to my heart. It is a sacred place, where humans were born and where wild animals still run free, for now at least.

Tanzania (2016)

The first time I traveled to Tanzania, it flew straight to my heart. It is a sacred place, where humans were born and where wild animals still run free, for now at least.

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People and villages

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People and villages

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People and villages

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People and villages

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People and villages

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People and villages

 People and villages

People and villages

 People and villages

People and villages

 People and villages

People and villages

 People and villages

People and villages

 People and villages

People and villages

 People and villages

People and villages

 People and villages

People and villages

 People and villages

People and villages

 People and villages

People and villages

 People and villages

People and villages

 Animals and their home  During my last trip to Tanzania, I revisited Tarangire National Park, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, and then flew on a bush plane to the Mahale Mountains, along the shores of Lake Tanganyika, where we hiked into the forests to see chimpanzees. And although seeing chimpanzees in the wild was an incredible experience, and in spite of their being tolerant about our being in their space, I definitely had the feeling of trespassing. It's a dilemma we face in Yellowstone and Yosemite:  We love to go there to appreciate nature, but how much contact is too much, and when do we love something to death?

Animals and their home

During my last trip to Tanzania, I revisited Tarangire National Park, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, and then flew on a bush plane to the Mahale Mountains, along the shores of Lake Tanganyika, where we hiked into the forests to see chimpanzees. And although seeing chimpanzees in the wild was an incredible experience, and in spite of their being tolerant about our being in their space, I definitely had the feeling of trespassing. It's a dilemma we face in Yellowstone and Yosemite:  We love to go there to appreciate nature, but how much contact is too much, and when do we love something to death?

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

 Animals and their home

Animals and their home

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 Tanzania (2016)  The first time I traveled to Tanzania, it flew straight to my heart. It is a sacred place, where humans were born and where wild animals still run free, for now at least.
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 People and villages
 Animals and their home  During my last trip to Tanzania, I revisited Tarangire National Park, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, and then flew on a bush plane to the Mahale Mountains, along the shores of Lake Tanganyika, where we hiked into the forests to see chimpanzees. And although seeing chimpanzees in the wild was an incredible experience, and in spite of their being tolerant about our being in their space, I definitely had the feeling of trespassing. It's a dilemma we face in Yellowstone and Yosemite:  We love to go there to appreciate nature, but how much contact is too much, and when do we love something to death?
 Animals and their home
 Animals and their home
 Animals and their home
 Animals and their home
 Animals and their home
 Animals and their home
 Animals and their home
 Animals and their home
 Animals and their home
 Animals and their home
 Animals and their home
DSC_2939.jpg
DSC_4341.jpg
DSC_3445.jpg
DSC_4571.jpg
DSC_3992.jpg
DSC_4162.jpg
DSC_3509-Edit.jpg
DSC_3564.jpg
DSC_5932-Edit.jpg
DSC_4227.jpg
DSC_3101-Edit.jpg
DSC_4760-2.jpg
DSC_4300.jpg
DSC_5743.jpg
DSC_5546.jpg
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DSC_4798-Edit.jpg
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Tanzania (2016)

The first time I traveled to Tanzania, it flew straight to my heart. It is a sacred place, where humans were born and where wild animals still run free, for now at least.

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

People and villages

Animals and their home

During my last trip to Tanzania, I revisited Tarangire National Park, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, and then flew on a bush plane to the Mahale Mountains, along the shores of Lake Tanganyika, where we hiked into the forests to see chimpanzees. And although seeing chimpanzees in the wild was an incredible experience, and in spite of their being tolerant about our being in their space, I definitely had the feeling of trespassing. It's a dilemma we face in Yellowstone and Yosemite:  We love to go there to appreciate nature, but how much contact is too much, and when do we love something to death?

Animals and their home

Animals and their home

Animals and their home

Animals and their home

Animals and their home

Animals and their home

Animals and their home

Animals and their home

Animals and their home

Animals and their home

Animals and their home

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