On a recent trip to Ethiopia I enjoyed exploring the african countryside and meeting those who call it home. I love the little grass roofed houses (gojo bets) that dot the countryside of Africa. Walking down these red dirt roads I learned that when the gate...

“MANIFESTO OF THE BRAVE AND BROKENHEARTED There is no greater threat to the critics and cynics and fearmongers Than those of us who are willing to fall Because we have learned how to rise With skinned knees and bruised hearts; We choose owning our stories...

48 hours ago I was aiming my camera through the window of the airplane, snapping photos of the emerald green water that surrounds Zanzabar while on approach for a landing to pick up a few passengers. I was lamenting the fact that I had not...

[caption id="attachment_10812" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Photographing Ngorongoro with my friend and professional photographer Dan Johanson.[/caption] Our safari at Africa’s Ngorongoro Conservation Area proved to be an interesting day. The events that transpired were more than I could tell in one post so I will break it into...

Tuesday, July 26th Tanzania, Africa Exhilarated, yet exhausted from summiting Mt Kilimanjaro, our guide Wilfred Moshi treated us to an authentic African feast made by his mom. Our four hour road trip afterwards was interrupted only by a giraffe sighting beside the highway. Upon arrival to our...

Photographing in Uganda for the Master Cares Foundation For the last several days here in Uganda, Nakanwagi Ruth Faith has been kind enough to share her office with me and my gear at Master Cares Christian Academy. Ruth is a good listener, is very kind, and always...

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