Monthly Archives: September 2019

BABY ANIMALS

No matter how carefully I craft the weekly blog essays using everything I can do to make them timely, clear and well-constructed, photos of baby animals outnumber the popularity of written blogs by a ratio of about 100 to 1. … Continue reading

Posted in Alexis Rankin Popik | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

THE GREAT MIGRATION II

Last month I had the good fortune to view one portion of the Great Migration of wildebeests, zebras and other grazers crossing the Mara River in Kenya. I took these photos of part of the crossing and its aftermath. Next … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment

THE GREAT MIGRATION

Ever since I was a little kid, sitting on the floor in front of that terrible TV my family owned, I have been fascinated by The Great Migration. Just the words “Serengeti Plain” got me dreaming about the vast space … Continue reading

Posted in Alexis Rankin Popik | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment