This week’s photo (and first of the year!) comes from Lake Natron, one of Africa’s most serene lakes and home to East Africa’s largest flamingo population. It is a saline lake on the border of Northern Tanzania and Kenya, created by breathtaking natural pools of shallow water carved over eons into the stony bedrock.
Once again, I teamed up with One Touch Live to go on another adventure discovering the picturesque and less traveled parts of our country. I was in awe during the entire two day expedition; it was one of the most extraordinary places I have ever been to, and an incredibly unique experience. I’m extremely grateful for the opportunities that One Touch offer that help not only photographers, but ordinary Kenyans like you and me, revel in the beauty of their country.
This image is available for free download so if you like it, you know the drill… 😉