In my previous post, Aerial views: Nairobi, Kenya, I invited people to guest post on my blog and I must say, I’ve received ah-mazing responses.
Just a quick intro for those who missed out…‘Aerial views’ is a series that showcases views from above of anywhere in the world, either from a building, plane, mountain etc… Creativity and originality is highly welcome!
Today’s post is by David Karanja who I’m absolutely thrilled to present. He is a nature lover, adventurous and with interests in travelling, photography and very inquisitive about other people’s way of life -their music, food, drinks and traditions.
Well, here are David’s aerial photos and I hope you enjoy 🙂
1. Kora National Park, Kenya
2. Moi International Sports Centre, Kenya
3. Lamu, Kenya
4. Dung Beetle at work, Tsavo East National Park, Kenya
Dung beetles feed partly or exclusively on dung and roll dung into round balls which are used as a food source or brooding chambers. Quite a sight which you can easily miss on a game drive if you don’t have a sharp eye!
5. Ivory Towers, Nairobi National Park, Kenya
6. Mt. Kilimanjaro over cloud 9
7. El Paso, at the USA-Mexico border.
The border town of El Paso slowly coming to life as the sun goes down at 8pm. The lights on the foreground are on the USA side while the hills on the background are in Mexico. The border fence separates both countries.
8. Himalayas Mountains, China
9. Mt. Longonot, Kenya
10. Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
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I hope you have enjoyed David’s photos like I did. All images are his and he took them using a phone and a basic camera . Therefore, I hope this encourages more and more people to guest post on my blog – what’s required: take clear aerial view shots, indicate a small description of the photos and a brief about yourself. Then send them to my email address email@example.com. (Please note, plagiarism is not accepted here, the photos and brief should be a representation of your own work.)
Well, that’s it guys! What do you think about David’s photos? Have you been to any of these places? OR Is any of them on your bucket list? I would love to hear from you, please leave a comment below.
Thank you !