Photography Friday: K is for ‘Kenya’

“Africa is not a country, but it is a continent like none other. It has that which is elegantly vast or awfully little” 
~ L Douglas Wilder

Kenya holds an incredibly special place in my heart. From my travels there in 2011 the wildlife and people touched me unlike any other country. Today’s photo friday reflects on a few of those moments.

Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Baboon with child, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Baboon with child, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Baboon walking with child, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Baboon walking with child, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Rhino, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Rhino, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Water Buffalo, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Water Buffalo, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Zebra, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Zebra, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Leopard, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Leopard, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Pelicans, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Pelicans, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Pelicans flying, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Pelicans flying, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Elephant feeding, Nairobi Elephant Orphanage, Kenya

Elephant feeding, Nairobi Elephant Orphanage, Kenya

Milk time!, Nairobi Elephant Orphanage, Kenya

Milk time!, Nairobi Elephant Orphanage, Kenya

Elephant Cuddle, Nairobi Elephant Orphanage, Kenya

Sometimes we all just need a little elephant cuddle, Nairobi Elephant Orphanage, Kenya

The entire gallery of photographs of Kenya can be found on my portfolio site in the Kenya Wildlife and Travel Photography section »

If you like the images so much you want a book of these and more from East Africa, you can check out my self-published hardcover coffee table photography book on blurb.com called ‘Footprints through East Africa’ »

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