Finally, I made it!
Today i draw my inspiration from my recent successful weight loss challenge competition, where, yours truly emerged third in the country. A challenge of weight that I had struggled with, for the better part of my life. I managed to shed close to half of my body weight, from 142Kilos in January, to my current weight of 78Kilos.
I now understand what the term Triumph actually feels like! I still have 3Kilos to go, to achieve my ultimate goal of a BMI of 25. Now, this is a good reason to pop the champagne!
My cousins’ wedding
Double for me today is inspired by my cousins’ wedding aisle at the reception! Double converges to become one,meaning that a couple 👫 gets joined by holy matrimony and become a single unit!
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Just plain beautiful
Through the windshield!
Driving in the North of Kenya is quite an experience. The topography is just mind-blowing, with hills and plains that seem to have popped out of the ground miraculously. I took the photos above as I was driving to Laisamis, Marsabit County, trying to capture the glass effect on photos.
I saw the elephants today!
These Elephants will always be my Treasure! They are found in Laikipia North, in Oljogi Game Reserve.
Being carried by an elephant
The feeling that you get when you are lifted up by this giant is simply out of this world! I will always treasure the encounter ! Next time you visit Kenya, be sure to visit Laikipia North
Marsabit County. Awesome!
m always in awe, when I get out of the comfort of the City, and venture out into the paradise of the northern part of Kenya. Hills and plains roll on and on for miles on end. The scenic views are simply mesmerizing. I took the photo above at Namarei, Laisamis district, Marsabit County. Next time you visit Kenya, be sure to venture out North!
Camels at the watering hole.
My inspiration for Swarm comes from interaction with these beasts of the desert. After a long treacherous journey of several days, these camels finally arrive at a water hole. Having stayed without water for up to a week, they are very thirsty, hence driving up to 30 litres of water at a go. They are extremely cherished by the pastoralists in Northern Kenya, and are often the source of conflict among the communities that keeps them.
My moment is from this photo of me on my birthday.I had to instruct my good friend Peter, to ensure that the shutter speed of the camera was slow. I think after a few shoots, he finally got the hang of it!
Kenyatta International Conventions Centre
1st President of Kenya
In Nairobi, the greatest Architectural marvel has,is and will always be the KENYATTA INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS CENTRE! It was named after the founding Father of Kenya, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta! The building is truly a Landmark and is located at the centre of the City of Nairobi. The statue of the first President of Kenya is a pivotal part of the building complex. Look for KICC, the next time you visit Kenya.
My perception of pop of color comes from the back streets of Nairobi. Here scores of youthful revellers crammed into tiny alleyways enjoy their drink in the open air instead of in the bars. The green light seems to be giving a go ahead, to the revelling crowds to get the party 💃 on the road!
In the streets