An exposé of some of my photos from my recently concluded trip to Kenya, centered mainly around the area in which I grew up before I moved to Denmark and around the people and smiling faces that characterised my vivid dreamworld back then as they do now.
My sister June and my niece, Jessica
With Bakari (Right) and Saba (Left)
Lizard warming itself on a window sill.
My aunt Inger and my niece Jessica
"Mbwa Kali" Swahili for "fierce dog / dogs" : A common sight outside many plots and houses in Kenya whose intent is to ward off potential thieves.
My grandmother, now in her 90's and still going strong.
The multiethnic Hillsview Estate Children: Germany, Finland, England, Norway, Denmark and Kenya are all represented in this picture.
The Hillsview kids I
The Hillsview kids II
Saba (left) and Bakari (right) I
Saba (left) and Bakari (right) II
Holding my little Saba.
Grandma and my nephew Hawi, four generations apart.
Morning glory beaming beautifully in the early morning sun
Artwork at Greensteds International School
Greensteds International School: The lane by the Pad
Artwork by the junior boy's dorm, Greensteds International School
The enigmatic "Cornflake" grazing under the savannah sun
The staff bar, Greensteds International School
Mud housing with corrugated iron sheet roofing near Mbaruk.
The view out towards the Mbaruk valley from the cliffs by Greensteds.
My mum Karen and aunt Inger
Grandma and my nephew Hawi sharing a moment of bliss.
My brother Ted and nephew Hawi.
Myself, My niece Jessica and sister Pat
Cacti on the Mau slopes, Njoro