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Category Archives: Fuji

Nairobi Java House

In Kenya, because of the geographic variability they can grow both exceptional coffee and tea. Traditionally, tea is theView full post »

Nairobi Winter

Even though Nairobi is just south of the equator and this is Africa, it still gets cold… On the Fahrenheit scaleView full post »

Fish Mongers

Last weekend I ventured down to the Nairobi City Market which has been in place since early last century. If you areView full post »

Nyama Choma

Ahh… fresh Kenyan beef from one of the local butcheries. Here they refer to barbecuing as nyama choma –View full post »

Ethiopian Transport Services

While in Ethiopia in March I passed a young man who was coming back up a very long hill with his two donkeys. He made aView full post »

Going mobile in Ethiopia

Unlike Nairobi where it is common to see folks driving a Range Rover, in Addis Ababa, the style of vehicles is more aView full post »

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

It has been a while since I had time to post, work here has been quite busy. I am spending two weeks working on twoView full post »

Nairobi Arboretum

It has been almost a month since my last post and it has literally flown by working here in Nairobi. Since then, we haveView full post »

Brussels, Belgium – heavenly eats…

I spent three days last week in Brussels. The first day was in briefings before heading to Nairobi, Kenya. The secondView full post »

A Day at The Mall – D.C.

Last week we were treated to a tour of D.C. by Kelly and Brian, who are both interning there for the summer. OnView full post »

Imagine – Strawberry Fields, Central Park, NYC

Helen and I got back from NYC yesterday… glad to be home in Texas. One of the highlights of our visit was visitingView full post »

NYC – The High Line Park

Helen and I visited NYC the last two days as part of a job interviewing process I am going through. We were lucky toView full post »

Teatro Colón with the Fuji x100

Maddie was able to get us tickets to the opening of the ballet season at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires which wasView full post »

San Telmo street fair – Buenos Aires

Today, Maddie & Helen escorted me through one of the largest street fairs/markets in Buenos Aires. It happens everyView full post »

Street images with the Fuji X100

Over the last two days we have spent our time learning the nuances of Buenos Aires – the Recolata, Palemero (SohoView full post »

Fuji X100 in Honduras…

What is the best camera to shoot with these days? The one that you are carrying of course…that’s whatView full post »

Fuji X100 and Keb Mo’

Friday was a crazy day. I worked a 3/4 day and then scooped Helen up and ran to Dallas to catch Keb Mo’ playing atView full post »

Fuji X100 does Washington D.C.

The learning curve is steep…but short with the X100. The images above are from my second outing with theView full post »

Baltimore…and the Fuji x100

On Monday I flew back to Baltimore to spend two weeks working at the School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins, much likeView full post »