Gorillas visit a Uganda village

Oh my …this 5 minute video shows a family of gorillas who visit a village in Uganda.  The silence, grace, unity and harmony of it is awesome.
No hurries, no worries… just a stroll into a nearby village.

You can feel the love and amazement of the cameraman who becomes part of the adventure. And the respect and awareness of those filming the visit was beautiful.
The gorillas only visit the village a few times a year and it happened on the last day of their stay … oh my, what a glorious morning it was for all of them. And now for us!

May you see the beauty around you on this glorious day!

19 thoughts on “Gorillas visit a Uganda village

  1. That is one of the most amazing things I have ever seen! What a privilege for that man to have been part of. The little ones were so curious just like toddlers while mum and dad patiently waited. Truly wonderful thank you so much. I hope you don’t mind me re-blogging!


  2. That feeling of awe will be with him everytime he watches this video! I love the others in the background, taking photos, giving space, allowing. For this to happen on the last day of their stay is the sweetest gift of all!

    Reblog away my friend!



  3. Oh my Gosh!!! I love this!! I was with that man every moment!! I was so thrilled for him!! What a wonderful memory for him and the one taking it the movie! How far we’ve come from ‘Gorilla’s in the Mist’. And I agree, that it was so good of the other people to give them their space. (I was so glad no yelling, little child went running up to them…) This was so special. Thanks for sharing!


  4. Sue,
    I noticed right away how respectful everyone was – silent, taking photos and I’m sure feeling honored to be in the right place at the right time! And to think this was their last day there — oh my, the goddess was smiling on them!


  5. What a great video. The feeling of wilderness and awe together was amazing. I couldn’t help but smile and laugh together. Thanks for sharing such a great video. It really brightened my day as I’m sure it did all of them.


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