Photos: Rwandans in Parc National des Volcans

Kids on a wall in Ruhengeri, Rwanda

Kids on a wall in Ruhengeri, Rwanda

Small Kid looking up at me

Small Kid looking up at me

Kid with sugarcane on his head

Kid with sugarcane on his head

bird of prey on a tree

bird of prey on a tree

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Photo: a full moon in a game reserve in Kenya

At a workshop in Naivasha, next to Nakuru game reserve in central Kenya, we visited a small nature reserve near a lodge. Luckily we spotted a few animals before the sun set, and then we walked through the park at night. It was a beautiful evening with eerie moonshine. Realkly recommend going through that part of Kenya though. Slightly less touristy than the major game reserves in East Africa.

At a workshop in Naivasha, next to Nakuru game reserve in central Kenya, we visited a park in one of the main lodges in the area at sunset. Luckily we spotted a few animals before it got dark, and then we walked through the park at night. It was a beautiful evening with eerie moonshine, almost as nice as seeing the wild (ish) animals. A memorable moment. Really recommend going through that part of Kenya. Slightly less touristy than the major game reserves in East Africa.

Photo: Kid in Congo trying to understand what I am doing in his village

This picture was taken when I was working in a little village called Azumba, 18 hours by motorbike into Ituri province, North Eastern DRC. This was an extremely secluded location and whilst the accommodation for the training course and subsequent plant clinic development was extremely basic, the villagers were lovely people and took great care to make sure I had a great lasting impression. I still do, and look forward to seeing them in March this year!

This picture was taken when I was working in a little village called Azumba, 18 hours by motorbike into Ituri province, North Eastern DRC. This was an extremely secluded location and whilst the accommodation for the training course and subsequent plant clinic development was extremely basic, the villagers were lovely people and took great care to make sure I had a great lasting impression. I still do, and look forward to seeing them in March this year!

Photo: how interesting is a passion fruit flower

This flower was the only one out in the greenhouse in Kenya. The passion fruit crop had not done well that year, and farmers were beginning to get worried. As a fairly lucrative market, many farmers depend upon their passion fruit crop for their financial means during the year. In this greenhouse, the crop had not done well. We gave the farmer some advice on how to improve next year, so that each plant can be as healthy as the one with this flower!

This flower was the only one out in the greenhouse in Kenya. The passion fruit crop had not done well that year, and farmers were beginning to get worried. As a fairly lucrative market, many farmers depend upon their passion fruit crop for their financial means during the year. In this greenhouse, the crop had not done well. We gave the farmer some advice on how to improve next year, so that each plant can be as healthy as the one with this flower!

Photo: a beautiful canyon in Afghanistan

A very famous place in Afghanistan, Bandeh Amir. 7 underground sources link together in a deep canyon along several miles to produce a truly amazing view. Every winter, it hosts an international skiing tournament. There is hope yet for the Afghan tourism industry!

A very famous place in Afghanistan, Bandeh Amir. 7 underground sources link together in a deep canyon along several miles to produce a truly amazing view. Every winter, it hosts an international skiing tournament. There is hope yet for the Afghan tourism industry!

Photo: At least we’ll have loads of food for the end of the world

Well at least we have lots of food for the end of the world. I Love the colours

Well at least we have lots of food for the end of the world. I Love the colours. This would make a great puzzle!