Hello peeps… On this edition of the ongoing #ShootingKenya and #OneTouchLive (Our hashtags on both twitter and instagram that you can follow), all roads led to Magadi from Nairobi. With quick detours to the top of Ngong’ Hills and Olepolos, it was bound to be a long day with lots to see.
This time I had an iPhone car charger (Ha! Here comes the anti-iPhone brigade), so I was confident I would get both the sunrise AND the sunset
Most of us were doing mobile photography using various brands (you can see Mutua Matheka’s “@truthslinger on twitter and instagram” mobile shots of the trip here —> Chasing Dusk )
This is (sort of) a sample of what my instagram (@jaydabliu) timeline was like from sunrise to sunset.
I was pretty amazed by the results.
What do you think?
Sunrise over Nairobi
One of the wind mills on Ngong’ Hills. Sometimes it’s easy to forget how massive these structures are.
The door to the windmill maintenance area.
The view from Kitalu Restaurant. A new amazing place we found to eat at on the way to Magadi.
Olepolos…. Time to slow down… And turn right (shameless plug)
From there on out… It was time to ruuuun like the wind, chasing the sunset as we realized it was 4:45pm and Magadi was almost 60km away… So we chased… And chased the sunset….AND
We caught it..
(Insert sigh here). Time for the OneTouchLive crew to sign out. This last shot was set up by Kevin Ouma (@kevjapicha on twitter and instagram)
To see more pics of #ShootingKenya and #OneTouchLive, you can follow these photographers on both twitter and instagram
Mutua Matheka (@truthslinger)
David Sikobe (@skubi)
Paul Obuna (paulobuna)
Mwangi Kirubi (@mwarv)
Amunga Eshuchi (@amungathegreat)
Kevin Shani (@sirnare)
Kevin Ouma (@kevjapicha)
Njeri Ngige (@sunnylikenjeri)
Joe Makeni (@Joemakeni)
Mike Katetei (@profkatts)
David Mutua (@dipwiz)
Shadrack Mwamburi (@shaydest)
Steve Kitoto (@stevekitots)
Sharon Langat (@MemyKenya)
Naomi Katetei (@nkatetei)
George Kanyingi (@nyingez)