Photos by: Osborne Macharia : Passing on skills to a younger generation – Mitto Andei Town, on your way to Mombasa.
11 Breathtaking Photos That Show A Different Side Of Kenya
When Kenyan photographer Osborne Macharia was commissioned by the Telecom provider Safaricom to shoot for their 2016 calendar “This Is My Kenya,” he knew it was going to be a challenge — but a welcomed one.
The images often seen of Africa portray disease, war and famine. But the continent, and its diverse people, encompass so much more. Macharia wanted his photo series to beautifully illustrate that.
Over a period of 10 days, Macharia and his team (a blogger, an assistant photographer, a producer and a locations guide) traveled along the Kenyan coast capturing another side of the East African country.
The result of their journey is a photo series comprised of vibrant, captivating portraits of people and places along the coastline in towns including Tsavo and Bachuma. The subjects of the photos, ranging from young Massai girls to miners, are people Macharia and his team met on the road while driving from town to town in their production van. READ MORE