Monthly Archives: July 2017

Photography Making a Difference- Saving Rhinos

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Several years’ back I shot this interview for a project that has deep personal meaning in the message of my own photography. The project did not move forward so this piece was filed in the archives. This past year I was invited to donate a print to a critically important book and project; Remembering Rhinos…. Read more »

The Visual Echoes Panning Plate

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As safari season is quickly upon us, coupled with the great migration season in Kenya and the dry season in Botswana and South Africa, I receive numerous emails about what gear to bring. One of the most important decisions is how you will stabilize your camera and lens for sharp images. This can vary greatly… Read more »

Turkana tribe dancing

A beautiful tribal festival for peace

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Each year, hundreds of tribal people walk for days across the serene barren terrain to gather along the shores of Lake Turkana for a peacemaking festival. As many as 15 tribes/ethnic groups, such as the Randille, Samburu, Turkana, Dassanach Gabra, Borana, El Molo, Konso, Sakure, Garee, and Waata, gather in a kaleidoscope of color, dressed… Read more »