Tag Archives: Kenya

June 06

“Protest” in Kisumu June 6th 2016

Documenting the Anti-IEBC demonstrations in Kisumu

March 06

Understanding the Samburu People of Kenya

Recently I revisited the Samburu People living nearby Maralal, in Northern-Central Kenya.  They are known to have come from South Sudan and some even believe the Israelites. They are cousins to the better known Maasai People of Southern Kenya who separated from them around 500 years ago; they share the same language of Maa but […]

October 29

Boudoir Photography

Here is a new area of photography I have tried, BOUDOIR. Some may shy away from these, but I think although provocative some are actually telling more of a story than just sex.  Trust, cultural acceptance and beauty.

October 16

Insect Macro Shoot

This is a slight shift from my recent posts, a first attempt at macro photography with my new lens.  All these photographs were taken in my garden in Kisumu, within a five metre radius!  I wish insects were a little slower, as I find them more interesting than plants and flowers.  I believe I have […]

September 13

Samburu County and the Camel Derby at Maralal

  Ever thought you could enter a camel race and win $230 and to top it off watch a marriage ceremony of the Samburu people? Maralal, in the Samburu county of Kenya, was named so for the shiny tin roofs of the White settlers. Picture a charming little town of many shops, hotels, restaurants and […]

September 10

Letter to Transport Minister for safer roads in Kenya

This is the first joint post I have done, with a great friend and fellow blogger Daniel Ominde.  Although not travel stories, an important topic that needs to be heard. Dear Cabinet Secretary for Transport, It’s my hope that you are doing well, I know that you are such a busy man so I won’t […]

August 18

The unspoken truths about the Maassi Mara

“This panoramic view is what I imagine heaven to look like,” I overheard a fellow visitor comment. With the multi-coloured crepuscular rays breaking through the clouds, the waist high golden grass contrasted against the blue and purple hues of the hills and the animal surprises popping up behind every bush, I’m sure a lot of […]