Adventures

Why you can’t Google Lamu, and Inspiring stories of Young Models #CaptureKenya

“You cannot Google Lamu,” that’s what a National Museum’s official told me on our last morning on Lamu Island; “You have to experience it.”

#CaptureKenya : 4 things I’ve learnt about Photography from Migz of Magiq Lens

#4 Redundancy is Good, Redundancy is Everything Writer’s hate redundancy, and we actively edit our work to get rid of that scourge. But photographers love it! It gives them the chance to take as many shots as possible, and to be ready whenever a spontaneous moment presents itself.

#CaptureKenya: The Water Bottle

There is something about living in Nairobi that often makes us forget the concepts of family and sharing on which this country’s real roots are founded.

7 Things that Strike You about Lamu on Day One ( #CaptureKenya )

Lamu Tamu. This whole week, I will be shadowing Migz as he takes photos for Safaricom’s 2014 calendar challenge. Safaricom always finds a way to shine in its branding and for next year’s calendar; five of the best photographers in the country are tasked with capturing Kenyans in their day-to-day hustle.

Kahawa Sukari & the Second Random Walk

Another random walk. Another blank page. Clean and fed now, it all seems like a blur, becoming clearer as the words flow out 😉 Unlike last time, today was driven purely by the spirit of adventure. I was minding my own business (read surfing over 15 tabs at more or less the same time) when …

Kahawa Wendani and the Random Walk

Dusty. Tired, hungry and in the dark. That is Kahawa Wendani and I right now. Since my bachelor pad is less than a minutes walk from Thika Road, I tend to exist without really exploring my neighborhood but today, the universe conspired against me. Bogged down with writing contracts, deadlines and no inspiration at all, …