It’s been a busy few weeks as I have been finalising my submissions for a photography course I have been doing over the last few months. During the course I was looking through my archived images and came across some of my travel images from a medical camp in Samburu, Kenya. I decided to rework some of them and pop them on the blog for you to see.
In September 2009 I took a years sabbatical and set off on an adventure to Africa. First stop….Kenya, where I would spend 7 months both working and travelling. During my time there I met some amazing people who have become good friends, did some incredibly rewarding work and had some dream vacation time too.
They say that a picture can say a 1000 words…so I will leave the images to tell their story….
This beautiful old lady arrived late in the day, and her personality shone so brightly that I just HAD to show you her in colour. She was fabulous! “A smile is a smile in any language!”
In memory of James Njuguna – 4.12.09 – a great Kenyan man whom I had the privilege of working with and who inspired hundred’s…if not thousands of people to volunteer their time to make a difference to the lives of children, young people and families in his homeland.