Another two from what I guess I’ll call the ‘missing photos’ series – interesting photos that I find as I catalog my photos.
These ones were taken at Rock City, Kiambu Road, during a family get together.
Happy accidents can be rare in photography. You know, when you weren’t intending to capture something then you go like ‘Wow! Me likey!’ after checking out the photo you’ve taken.
This happened at the Safaricom Classical Fusion grand concert. I couldn’t get to a position where I could capture the face of the conductor, Duncan Wambugu, because of security restrictions around the stage. In addition, my old 40D doesn’t handle exposure like the 7D so when I took the photo below, I wasn’t happy, until much later when it came to selecting photos to upload to KWELI’s Facebook Page.
There’s a special anointing of sorts on my friends this year – so many getting married!
And the latest are Tony and Faith. A super talented brother who’s going to make it super big in film and his equally talented, always standing by her man wife.
Highlight of the wedding was the mdundiko at the reception, thanks to Krowbar.
Tucked away in Western Kenya, Kakamega Forest is our only rain forest. It is the eastern most remnant of the once mightier Congo Forest.
I had the privilege of visiting there with my lovely fiancee and got to know why it is called a rain forest – it rains almost daily!
I took this from the view point after an afternoon shower.
And after the shower, nothing felt better than being surrounded by nature’s freshness, birds singing all around and walking with my arm around my future wife.
I need to reduce my multi tasking and just do one thing at a time.
I started my day deep in Thika at a friend’s mum’s unveiling of the cross, then went to Ngara to order some signs and was late for Groove Awards at KICC.
Being at Groove was the day’s highlight, hands down.
The atmosphere was charged with excitement and performances electric. I got to experiment with different framing techniques.
Today, in a special way, I got to see God direct my photography. All I did was click away – He did the rest.
All glory to you Dad.