Thursday, 19 February 2009

From Masai Mara to Lake Turkana

Kenya sceneries from south to north.


Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi JM:)

I am indeed very lucky to go around the world and visit so many exotic places with you.

You have taken so much trouble to show the sceneries, people, cultures, religion, food, buildings, architectures etc. with your excellent skill in photography.

Every post of yours is a treasure to behold.

Many, many thanks for these lovely photos. I was particularly impressed by the photo in which tourists are sitting under the scanty shadow of a tree and perhaps having snacks or resting for a while.

Best wishes :)

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

One of my favourite places Jose. I would love to build myself a tree house somewhere there overlooking a pool of water and live in it permanently. :)

Paul Pincus said...


Sherry said...

The trees set the stage for beauty...always amazed by your

Tinsie said...

I love the sunset photo and the one after it, with the caravan. So different from anything I've ever seen in real life!

Red devil said...

Cada parte de Africa creo tiene un lado salvaje que ansia ser explorado, lamentablemente ha sido explotado y no solo explorado.


Dina said...

How strange to see the Rift Valley NOT in Israel.
I see it is time to start studying this other blogs of yours, JM. You have seen so much!
You inspire me to start such a blog myself, about the few other countries I've lived in.
Now I go to look for your mud/manure huts. :)