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REVIEW- Victorian London in Photographs | the Exhibitionologist

Originally posted on the Exhibitionologist.

When it comes to an exhibition where I am sold on the title alone, then this has to rank right up there. 336 more words

20th Century

#WhoWeAreKE - Responsibility

The artist is a Kenyan- Somali mother who was born and raised in Nyeri. She lives in Nyeri where in the past sought to politcially respresent Nyeri residents in elections. 567 more words

Body Mapping The Kenyan Identity

Did we win ?

It is evening and drizzling as I look at the sky in search of rainbow. As a kid I always wondered about this phenomenal stunner having vivid colours that are so distinct yet intact. 695 more words

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Delhi Diary- Let it flow

When I was a child I loved vanilla milk. This was not some ordinary milk in a paper carton, but vanilla milk my grandmother always made, when I came to visit her in the long summer holidays. 364 more words

Delhi Diaries

Glimmer


Delight yourself in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart. – Psalm 37:4 – Living in the middle of God’s will means living in unity and sharing his desires, which also means in the midst of challenge and trial you will always have joy in your heart, because you know you are right where you’re meant to be. 54 more words

Viwandani

We’d been in Nairobi for hardly three days, in fact, I had been in Africa for hardly three days, when we visited one of the poorest areas in Kenya: Viwandani. 667 more words

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Delhi Diary- The eye of the storm

“Read On” they say, “come quickly.” I wish I could run away faster. While entering the hallway I can hear screaming, shouting, crying and arguing. It is sticky and dusty inside and at the first glimpse I count more than thirty heads. 725 more words

Delhi Diaries