This quiet stranger was herding his cattle and found us struggling to get some heavy video equipment over a stream. Wordlessly he pitched in, picking up our cases and helping form a line to pass them across the water. I saw him watching my camera, and when I picked it up, he immediately straightened his cap and posed like this for a photo. I showed him the picture and he gave me a big smile and walked away. We never exchanged words.
Two of the women who work in the kitchen of an orphanage we visited in a remote village in the mountains of Ethiopia. The kitchen was one room, with one door, no windows and a dirt floor. All of the food was cooked using mostly found items repurposed to serve as cooking utensils. Which portrait do you prefer?
Midday car shot outside Adama. Loving the Fuji #x100f so far though I still find myself using my iPhone X a lot as it's so convenient! The built-in wifi transfer on the Fuji rocks. Especially as the gov't has turned off all cell data here due to political instability.
A young girl reads her Bible in a small orphanage in Southern Ethiopia.
Each time we pull over to film, no matter what time of day or how remote the location, we seem to find an instant audience. This curious and shy child wandered over to inspect the drone.
Down south in Ethiopia near Hosaena. Navigating donkeys, cattle, goats, potholes and a constant stream of bajaj makes for some long travel times.
Somewhere just outside of Raytown. Back on the gram. New year, new adventures with cameras.
These guys were so adorable and lazy. Some leftovers from Galapagos. Back in the US for Xmas!
The Galapagos Giant Tortise! They can live for over 150 years. Amazing to see them out in the wild. #galapagos