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  • Southern and Eastern Africa
  • My girlfriend and I traveled from Nairobi to Cape Town over a duration of two month using public transport. These are a selection of the photographs I took along the way.
  • An Umbrella Tree in Hell's Gate National Park, Kenya.

  • A woman with a child sells cured fish in the market in Kisumu, Kenya.
  • A beached boat in the harbour in Kisumu surrounded by water hyacinth. Although the situation in Lake Victoria has improved in recent years, the hyacinth still remains a problem in parts of the lake.
  • An almost endless queue of Matatus (minibus taxis) push to get into the taxi park in Kampala.

  • A flour seller sits eating, dusted in the product she sells.

  • A street scene in Gisenyi, Rwanda, with the intimidating Mount Nyirangongo in the distance.

  • A child stands behind a pile of volcanic rock, a remnant of the lava flow that passed through this part of Goma in 2002.

  • An elderly man walks though one of the many narrow streets of Stone Town.

  • Whenever the Tazara train stopped in Tanzania, which was frequently, there were almost always people gathering around to sell goods to the passengers.

  • Passengers watch as people and goods are exchanged between the Ilala and its smaller transport boats.

  • A broken, abandoned chair in the corner of the bar adjacent to Steven's campsite (Cape Maclear, Malawi).

  • A man sweeps the beach sand in front of Fatima's Nest backpackers in Tofo, Mozambique.

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