Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Our World on Tuesday


Walking with  ( and riding on!) camels in the bush in Kenya is quite another experience then driving .
The landscape unfolds slowly and viewing the wildlife from a different perspective is humbling.
Sleeping in small tents and listening to the sounds of the animals at night was frightening at first but after the second night we could have continued for many more weeks... 


Our guide, a young Samburu and his camel.


Packing up camp in the early morning.


So much fun!


My view from above .

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17 comments:

  1. beautiful images! This so reminded me of my trek in the Sahara desert in Morocco. How many days did you ride the camel? Oh my...only two days for me and I felt it for weeks, ha ha!

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  2. Lovely shots. Sounds very peaceful.

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  3. I love to ride on a camel ! I did it already several times the best was when we went with camels into the desert to see the sunset ! Wonderful !

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  4. Wie schön, vorallem das erste Foto ... Interessante Reisemittel, Kamele und winzige Flugzeuge ...

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  5. Holy moly - that looks like fun! Great photos.

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  6. You are so brave Karen... and such an adventurer! As much as I'd love to ride camels and sleep in the desert, I don't know if I could. p.s. I recently read The Alchemist and this post reminded me of it :)

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  7. Oh, ich hätte nicht den Mut, ein Kamel zu reiten!
    Aber ich mag Deine Bilder - das erste besonders - Verbundenheit zwischen Mensch und Tier! Toll!

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  8. nice images. I visited Kenya once but we did not ride the camels. Sounds like fun.

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  9. What a fun adventure sounds beautiful!

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  10. This must be quite a wonderful experience! Also great pictures!

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  11. oh wow! what an amazing experience. This is slow travel at its best. Savoring the landscape as you go. I would love to do something like this. Happy travels and thank you so much for stopping by my blog this week.

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  12. Wow this was really a beautiful journey.

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  13. Don't you just love to see the special bond between man and animal, we (ok I) tend to think of it in terms of dogs, cats, horses. The guide and his camel is just such a lovely photo!
    Wren x

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