The Lake shores of Nakuru and Bogoria are a bird-watcher’s paradise to say the least. Millions of flamingos gather along the alkaline lakes to devour the algae that lends to their brilliant pink plumage. These pink beauties are quite the ornithological spectacle and no one could’ve captured that better than Martin Harvey. Harvey takes us on one pink magical adventure that is bound to leave birding enthusiasts in awe.
“To witness a concentration of birds like this is, without a doubt, one of the greatest ornithological experiences in the world. There is constant movement of pink as birds move about the lake in search of food or disturbance by predators. It truly is an enjoyably overwhelming wildlife experience.” – Martin Harvey
What’s even more beautiful is her people; More than 40 different ethnic groups compose the mosaic that is this beautiful country. Despite each group having its own unique language and culture, the Kenyan people remain united, extremely friendly, delightful and welcoming.
We take a look at some of the beautiful faces kenya has to offer through the lenses of various photographers.
Colourful make-up, startling whites and rich earth-reds, flamboyant accessories and extraordinarily elaborate decorations, make up the designs in the images.
This is the kind of treat that awaits you at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. The orphan elephants play football as part of their playtime and some are now even able to perform tricks with the ball, as stated by Julius Letoiya, staff keeper at the Trust. The baby elephants have also met superstar Man city midfielder Yaya Toure and by the looks of things, his talents might have just rubbed off.