Surrounded by sprawling tea estates and a backdrop of the Himalayas, Darjeeling is a small hill town (with an elevation of 6,700 ft (2,042.2 m), located in the West Bengal …

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Katherine Taylor’s is a Boston based photographer covering news and human interest stories. Her body of work has appeared in renown media outlets such as The New York Times, The …

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Dynast Amir aka ‘search for uhuru’ describes himself as an African Curator, Philanthropist, Author and above all a die-hard Pan-Africanist. The consummate visual storyteller, he has gained notoriety for his …

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There are many adjectives that could be applied to Adarsh Shah: adventurous, maverick, determined, daring… and just a tad curious. Unsurprisingly, beyond being a winemaker, Adarsh is also a foodie …

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Documentary photographer Victoire Douniama uses her work to explore and demonstrate the true essence of everyday life in the Republic of Congo or Congo-Brazzaville (as it’s often called to distinguish …

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Kevin Ouma is part of an epic group of Kenyan Photographers operating under the umbrella of One Touch Live, a collective of visual artists united in the common desire to …

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Looking for adventure? Inspiration? Culture? One look Neema Jodie or ‘theBongolese’ as she is better known Instagram feed, busting with people, and stunning vistas, is not only guaranteed to fuel …

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This week’s guest post is from my  friend Wendy, a Kenyan currently based in Vientiane, Laos.  She takes us on a tour to Hangzhou China, you can read her previous …

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The Nairobi Railway Art Gallery was established in January 2012 by the Railway Museums management in collaboration with ECAK (Educultural Artists Kenya).

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I guess there’s more to Kenya than the stereotypes. But I’ll hit you with one of those stereotypical images today. The Maasai Mara.For the non-African readers, I’d like to point out that …

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