CaptureKenya Tag Archive

Kerio Valley

A lone eagle flies at my feet, and catches a sudden gust of wind.

Love and Bananas

Life has its miseries wherever you may be. Into each life some rain must fall it floods onto the poor. They try to darn it somewhat. These lines from Hama Tuma’s The Case of the Prison-Monger started running through my head yesterday when we walked into a man’s home somewhere between Igoji and Embu. Maureen, …

Chalbi Desert is not to be trusted #ThisIsMyKenya

Our team has a simple rhythm. The photographers are the hearty story tellers. Brian, our scout, sometimes goes quiet for prolonged periods of time, listening to music that doesn’t climax, as Maureen said yesterday. She herself sits at the back of the Cruiser, mostly being creepy and mothering us all. Once in a while she …

Flipping Maps #ThisIsMyKenya

I had forgotten how grueling Capture Kenya is.

Masaku’s Squares #ThisIsMyKenya

You think you know Masaku, and then you see how dashing she looks in the night.

This is My Kenya

We are going on an adventure!

#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.