Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Lunch Break


On the way to Lake Turkana
Koroli Desert, northern Kenya

21 comments:

supermac said...

Oh how I wonder how you take wonderful pictures such as this? What is your secret, sir? Happy holidays <3

Sylvia K said...

Terrific capture, Jim! I do love your composition and the tree is the perfect "umbrella" for a lunch break!!

Sylvia

Photo Cache said...

wow what a powerful capture. i love the landscape.

AGMPRISMA said...

que buen sitio. Awesome.

Lowell said...

I like the way folks are sitting in the "shade" ... not too much shade is there?

Were you in any danger from wild critters?

What a trip that must have been!

BlueShell said...

Que maravilha de fotos...estive a ver também abaixo! Tens viajado, não??? Muito bem,, excelentes, todas: mãos e olhos de mestre, sem dúvida!
Parabéns.
Bom ano, ok?
BShell

Arija said...

I am starting to turn green with envy with all the wonderful places you go to.

Team G Square said...

Perfect capture , the tree looks awesome .

Pat said...

Great shot! Looks like the only shade around!

Cryingbear said...

great scene!!!

P.N. Subramanian said...

Nature is great. I wonder how these trees are in a position to sustain.A very good shot. Wishing you a very happy New Year.

Steven (Cavite DP) said...

I wonder what you had for lunch JM? But the Photo and the tree especially is amazing! 2012 is coming! Happy new Year JM! :D

Steven^^

H A R R Y G O A Z said...

Have a Wonderful New Year, Jim!

R.Ramakrishnan said...

Barren desert but supremely beautiful.

Jean said...

Cool..cool...cool!!!

Happy New Year JM to you and your loved ones!!!

PS...thanks for sharing your wonderful adventures!!!

toemail said...

over from the old blog, still great pictures. Happy New Year!

Elettra said...

a happy 2012 to you and your family!!!

Elisa said...

Happy New Year JJ!
Elisa, in Argentina

Francisca said...

If you tell me you were on that bus, JM, my respect for your sense of adventure goes up a few notches. :-)

Joan Elizabeth said...

Those African trees always fascinate me.

Dominic Doherty said...

What can I say, this is just magnificent!!