Every now and then (or even more often) I give myself permission to pause on the blog, even though at the same time I’m so full of stories I’d like to share with you.
However, these days are filled with many impressions, emotions, inspirations and adventures already that at night, when I’m not out or working, it is good to slow down a bit.
Being in Kenya is a blessing. I’m enjoying every second of it. The thing is: it is home. It is not a vacation, not a pause from my “real life”; it is my purpose in life. So when I’m here, I feel that there is no other world existing, no other life waiting for me: this is IT. It has been this way from the moment I set foot in this country and chances are it will be until my soul leaves this body and my body transforms into dust.
But.. since you have been asking me how I’m doing (thank you for that): I’m doing more than great. I will soon share some adventures. If you have been following me on instagram you know what I’m up to..a bit.
This is a series I made on the road to my Masaai tribe family.. As you might know I love taking pictures of everyday Kenya life. I make them often out of our driving car, very quickly. I have been doing that right from the beginning. My friend Kim has been nicknaming me Mama Paparazzi; when I just moved here at first we didn’t have a car and I would go out with him. Kim told me that some people had been asking him about my pictures and started doing the same. It made me happy, there is so much beauty to found in everyday things.
Well, it is quite clear that I don’t give much about technique. My pictures are far from perfect and as you probably know, so am I. And that is good enough for me.
Love to you. Thank you for stopping by, always a pleasure seeing you here.