I am mesmerized by this woman’s simple beauty and long to know what is behind her gaze. Tanzania
(PX3 Prix de la Photography Paris 2011 – received Honorable Mention)
The shyness of this little Datoga boy is evident as he stands between two matron women from the village. Tanzania
This image consistently brings back vivid memories of a Maasai village I visited on the outskirts of Amboseli, Kenya. I love the juxtaposition of the vibrant colors the villagers were clothed in with the starkness of the landscape in this very dry region situated in the rain shadow of Mt. Kilimanjaro.
(iExplore Photo Safari Contest 2011 – top 20 photos and chosen by World Wildlife Federation (WWF) in 2011 to be used in future publications)
Shy Maasai Girl
This Maasai girl has both a sense of shyness and spunkiness. Amboseli, Kenya
Our Maasai guide deftly shares what he can of his knowledge of this stark yet beautiful region in southern Kenya.
(Worldwide Photography Gala Awards “Color, Color, Color” 2011 – received Honorable Mention and displayed in Buenos Aries, Argentina in 2012, chosen by World Wildlife Federation (WWF) in 2011 to be used in future publications, and finalist in Best of Photography 2012 Contest and was published in the Photographer’s FORUM 2012 book)
As the afternoon progresses we embark on a journey in search of flamingos. We are a bit late in the season as it is June and the onset of the dry season therefore the playa lake is receding at a hurried pace. So we must cross a wide span of salt flats to even get a glimpse of flamingos evident on the horizon. Our journey does not attain our original intent; instead we are fortunate to experience a great afternoon finding the beauty in this stark yet lovely place. Tanzania
(Chosen by World Wildlife Federation (WWF) in 2011 to be used in future publications)