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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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‘Mukutan’ means ‘the Meeting’ – a fitting name for the breathtaking Mukutan Gorge, as it converges in a labyrinth of pristine landscape plunging deep into numerous hills and valleys, dotted …

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Hurghada is an Egyptian resort town specifically built for the purposes of tourism. It’s a young city, about 40-years-old as my guide and friend, Mondi Hurghada explained, “Before there was …

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Sieku Glamping is a rustic, modern-based luxury camp perched atop a hill facing the expansive Borana conservancy in Laikipia. Tucked right between the landscapes from Mount Kenya to Lossos to …

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I first read about the Nyiragongo volcano in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) during a trip to Rwanda three years ago. It aroused my interest as it features the …

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Asia, to me, doesn’t feel like a continent. It feels like a heartbeat whose reverberations change as you travel from country to country, city to city. Gaudy hand painted signs, …

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I wasn’t born in Nyeri – a bustling farming region nestled in the Central Kenyan highlands, but I’ve lived there almost all my life. Before I became a photographer I …

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“Sapitwa means, ‘Don’t go there’,” Hope said, explaining the name of Mount Mulanje’s highest peak. “Then that’s exactly where we’re going,” I grinned.   At 3 001 meters, Mt Mulanje …

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It’s been a while. I’m sure you all have noticed the lack of regular posts on the blog. I have been quite busy and it doesn’t help that I have …

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London has red buses, New York has it’s taxi cabs, the Philippines has the Jeepneys, New Delhi auto rickshaws, Nairobi has its matatus. Image Source Matatu is slang for mini …

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In February 2013 we spent nearly two weeks in Uganda. Situated at the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo lies the Rwenzori mountains, which should take you a whole …

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Hundreds of kilometers north of the capital Nairobi, lies the vast remote arid lands of northern Kenya. In this post we bring you a mixture of the sights of northern …

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It has been a while since I did a wildlife safari post, so this week we head to the Lake Nakuru National park. I cannot remember the last time I …

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Hey guys! This is hopefully going to be a quick post. I just wanted to share a couple of pictures I took of the solar eclipse on the 3rd of …

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