Monthly Archives: March 2010

*Baby Victoria*

While we were becoming more tired of airplanes + airports with 22 hours travel time, there was excitement at home of this sweet little baby girl being born.  We met her hours after we landed, just a day old!  I went back a week later to photograph her, so tiny and precious and loved.  Our […]

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*Spice Island ~ Zanzibar*

Zanzibar. Island paradise.  We said goodbye to our wonderful driver + truck in Dar es Salaam and boarded little 12 passenger planes for the 20 minute flight.  To this gorgeous island out in the Indian Ocean.  Stunning white sand beaches, warm clear turquoise ocean, coral reef fringing the island…a welcomed haven to end our time together […]

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*Inside a Maasai Enkang*

Red.  It’s a color that always attracts my eye.  As you drive along in East Africa the Maasai people stand out.  Whether they are at the roadside, herding their cattle or goats way off in the distance, standing by their hut.  Red Maasai blankets wrapped around them.  So vivid against the grass, dirt and sand. […]

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*Spots, Dots, Stripes and the King*

It is amazing, absolutely amazing, to observe the African animals in their natural habitat.  Each having very unique characteristics, behaviors and survival instincts.  Blending into their surroundings.  Relying on one another with their different strengths and weaknesses.  Sensing danger.  Providing food.  Protecting the young.  It’s survival of the fittest. Observing and photographing.  Wishing at times […]

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*Elephant Orphanage and Wild*

We visited the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust orphanage just outside of Nairobi, Kenya.  An elephant orphanage.  It is open to the public for one hour each day.  To start off the youngest nursery elephants are in the viewing area, playing around together in the dirt + mud, while three keepers share the orphans stories and […]

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