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 Post subject: My trip to Nakuru, Kenya
PostPosted: Mon Nov 29, 2010 11:20 pm 
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In July I went to visit a project in Nakuru, Kenya. The reason I've taken this long to show you the photos is because I have done a gallery fundraiser to raise money for the project, which was a big success.

Anyway please have a look.
It is a mixture of the wildlife and the project/people.

I hope I have done this amazing country justice.
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Shoes by Malachi Timothy, on Flickr

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Life in the Orphanage by Malachi Timothy, on Flickr

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Lost Property by Malachi Timothy, on Flickr

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Playtime by Malachi Timothy, on Flickr

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DSC00425 by Malachi Timothy, on Flickr

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A walk in the Park by Malachi Timothy, on Flickr

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Rhino by Malachi Timothy, on Flickr

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The lonely Zebra by Malachi Timothy, on Flickr

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Baby Hyena by Malachi Timothy, on Flickr

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Zebra by Malachi Timothy, on Flickr

Thanks for looking. All comments appreciated.

If you would like to look at more please visit.

http://www.malachitimothyphotography.co ... y/wildlife

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This is a great set. You've captured so much of Kenya and an especially wonderful light in the zebra photos

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Great set of pictures!

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Great set!I like your pics
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 8:26 pm 
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Thanks Guys. :D

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Nices ones...

Were they all taken with the 70-200mm? And in case they are, then how the heck did u get so close to the baby hyena in #9? :)

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I really like all of them, creative and nice angles. I REALLY like the Zebra ones. especially the pano one-wow, wow. I would be proud to of taken this. Good job.

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Ohhh man i must say you are fond of props.....awesome clicks...
cheers!!!!


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WOW, those photos are awesome, I felt like I was at the safari with you. :lol: Those are lovely shots. Thanks for sharing


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I love safari pictures. I spent some time in Africa and wish I had started too with photography there. Great work! :D


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