Sometimes beautiful things are born from the worst of things, and from the most unexpected places. Who would’ve thought that such a beautiful scenery would be found at such a place, in the middle of dumsite! It's in the late afternoon and I’m leisurely walking on this recently tarmacked road from the Quarry stage along … Continue reading Man-made beauty in Pipeline, Nairobi
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Now this weather is beginning to get on my nerve. WTF happened to waking up to some beautiful sunshine in this city? Nairobi, being the city under the sun, the last thing you expect is to wake up to a chilly weather, especially not now in December. During this month, all you are looking forward … Continue reading Nairobi weather this December
Photo: Mikkel Østergaard Water hyacinth has become a big headache in some of our lakes; Lake Victoria and Naivasha, and some local communities have taken it upon themselves to try to remove the stubborn aquatic plant. These waters are a source of their livelihood, the fishing, farming and tourism and now the hyacinth is threatening … Continue reading Different Worlds Photo (8)
The Black and White Colobus Monkey in Kakamega Forest, a stone-throw away from my countryside home. But now they're being threatened indirectly with the human encroachment of their home, Kakamega Forest, the only tropical rainforest in Kenya. (Photo courtesy of Ingo Marathon)