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Paris la nuit

This is not Paris, Texas.View full post »

un moment dans le Jardin des Tuileries

Relaxing in Paris on a Friday evening, cost = free, value = priceless…View full post »

Dans le Monde

I love the microcosm of culture that you can sometimes capture with street photography. This past weekend I traveled toView full post »

Rural Kenya

Children of a Masai village…View full post »

Acacia sunset

Acacia trees are the essence of Kenya on the Serengeti-Mara plains. They provide shade for all, fresh tender leaves forView full post »

South of Somalia

North shore, Zanzibar, TanzaniaView full post »

What elephants like…

On the Mara the small white flowers are a favorite of the baboons. But it is the young tree starts that the elephantsView full post »

Dancing on the Mara

Visiting a Masai village during a dance ceremony.View full post »

Under the Baobab Tree

In Zanzibar, the Boabab trees have many significances within the culture and historically. They can live for more than aView full post »

Sunset over Liberia

I landed a week ago in Monrovia to spend the next month helping this west African country that is struggling toView full post »

Messing Around

Sunrise one morning on the Mara found us with a large pride of lions led by this big male. One of his sons thought itView full post »

Maddie’s Zanzibar

When Maddie and I visited Zanzibar off the coast of Tanzania we spent the first several days on the north end of theView full post »

Masai couture

Masai Warrior on the Mara last week.View full post »

Cut here in Emergency

The infamous Twin Otter from de Havilland in Canada, now an African bush plane… how we fly on safari.View full post »

Passion without Boundaries

Some sports are universal… and that is the beauty.View full post »

Wrinkle Resistant

This was as close as I wanted to get and he had small tusks… after our guide told us the only animal big enough toView full post »

Storm on the Mara

The weather was a bit unsettled during our visit to the Mara, but the migration was still happening and it made for someView full post »

Karibu Masai Mara!

Karibu = “welcome” in kswahili… and the Mara did just that as Maddie and I spend this week wanderingView full post »

Indian Ocean sans Pirates

Maddie came to visit me for the first time in Africa… spent a long weekend on Zanzibar, diving and exploring thisView full post »

Bouquets à Aller

Knotting Hill Farmer’s MarketView full post »

Looking

In Rome it is about looking good while watching others…View full post »

Hell’s Gate… Kenya

Back in Kenya till the year’s end. Took a day and hiked Hell’s Gate which is ~ 2 hours from Nairobi. OurView full post »

Cowboy in heaven

Early morning ride on the ranch after more June rains… should be a fabulous hay crop.View full post »

Happy Dog!

Jonah trying his best to make his way through the unusually tall Coastal grass in our pasture… it was a very wetView full post »

Artigiano’s

One of the best places to have an espresso while visiting London is Artigiano. They have exquisite coffee and are nextView full post »

Recipease – Notting Hill

Last week while working in London, I snuck over to the Notting Hill neighborhood to have a walk about and see what thereView full post »

Driving in Brugges

Today I took the afternoon off and visited the town of Brugges by train from Brussels. It is the beginning of the highView full post »

London pub meeting

Saturday evening I was fortunate to meet up with a long time friend from flickr who is Bulgarian and now lives in LondonView full post »

Portobello Market

I had a conference to attend on Friday in London, which meant that I got to spend the weekend exploring the city beforeView full post »

Karura Forest Waterfall, Kenya

The rainy season has come late this year to east Africa. Perhaps a reflection of global warming or just an aberration,View full post »

Rainy season rapids, Karura Forest, Kenya

This is an abstract of the rapids below the waterfall in Karura Forest. Sometimes it is not about catching the absoluteView full post »