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Tag Archives: travel
I teach photography to people occasionally- nothing particularly complex, just basic handling of SLRs and the outline of how to make pictures a little better. Recently a couple of students from the first class I ran contacted me. They wanted … Continue reading
(I was using my new old Nikon F2 all weekend so some film-based images will arrive as soon as I process the films)
I saw this: You can read all about them here.
Six years and two months ago I was in Lima, aged 18 and enjoying the tail end of a very good gap year. I posted on my blog (which was called Eloquencias, despite being nothing of the sort) something about … Continue reading
This is how yesterday went: Crashing through bushes on the outskirts of QENP Francis the guide. Yours Truly. Always better behind a lens.There are two trucks in this picture. I’m offering a sweet to the first person to spot them*. … Continue reading
Yesterday Andrew Green and I went to Kitgum working on a story. Kitgum, for the uninitiated, is a bloody long way north. It’s practically on the South Sudanese border, and sits at the end of a very bumpy road, an … Continue reading
Yesterday I spent the entire day slogging through thick mud on a motorbike on a rural road in Northern Uganda in the rain with Andrew Green trying to reach Pabbo to do a story about the refugees there. We succeeded, … Continue reading
I was in Masaka (southern Uganda) over the weekend photographing a rally, and spotted these two birds on a telephone wire. If you’d like a high-resolution copy of this image to keep as your desktop image or screensaver send me … Continue reading
I’m in Ethiopia at the moment visiting some sites for Tearfund, which may go some way to explaining why you’re about to see a picture of a donkey. Ethiopia is very pleasant, although the livestock on the roads make travel … Continue reading
From a photoessay I did about miraa (khat) chewers in Jinja:
I was in the Ssese Islands over the weekend to shoot something for a UN publication on the subject of the HIV/AIDS rate amongst the fishing communities there, and I did the work. However (as Andrew Green, the writer I … Continue reading
Life is busy, but it’s still colourful.
As I write this the stat counter on the blog reads 19,998. That’s amazing, and combined with being published a bunch of times in the past few days (the latest one is here but it’s in Polish) has made this … Continue reading
Yesterday was one of the most fun days I have ever had. The Uganda Cranes playing the Kenya Harambee Stars at Namboole Stadium, Kampala, and I had press passes. Absolutely wonderful. I’d never been to a large football game before, … Continue reading
I knew I had a blog somewhere… Gosh, I have been silent for too long. First nothing was going on, so I didn’t write anything. Then life got very busy all of a sudden and I didn’t have time to … Continue reading
I’m going to try to make Monkey Monday a regular feature. This one is from Murchison Falls NP.
This blog has really grown quiet recently. This week I’m back in-office after a hectic period, so I hope I can entertain you all and woo you all back with some fun snaps I’ve collected while on the move.
All will be explained shortly.
I have a new house (more on that later) and am in the middle of trying to make it liveable. So to excuse my silence, here’s two pictures of marabou storks. I hope they make up for my continued absence.