Saturday, June 28, 2008

Picture of the Week: Walking on sunshine

There is nothing like a sunset. The way the sky is transformed into a dazzling display of colour as deep oranges, rich reds and powerful pinks splash across the horizon announcing the fall of night is truly mesmerising. For me though, you can't beat the African sunset. It somehow has a power that reaches right into my soul; a power which has kept me transfixed for more than a decade. (Perhaps this is why I feel such a connection to the African continent?) Case in point is this sunset I captured a couple of days ago on Lake Victoria in Mwanza, Tanzania. While I was focusing my lens on the play of light as the sun set on the lake's far horizon, a Massai warrior silently walked across the beach and into my viewfinder – where else but Africa would that happen? Mzuri sana!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonderful vivid imagery in the writing & awesome photograph, Kim.
I hope you are well and having a good time travelling (duh, of course you are!)
Be Well, Cheers
Aaron

Kim Wildman said...

Thanks so much Aaron. Can't wait to catch up with you and Becca in November!

Cheers,
Kim

Kim Wildman said...

Opps! Make that October!!!!

Kim :-)

Roger B said...

hope you had a Tusker in the other hand!! Ohh..Wallabies doing well..3 wins out of 3 starts (2 v Ireland and 1 v France) ..safe travels

Kim Wildman said...

Hey Rog - Of course I had a Tusker in the other hand!

Glad to hear the Wallabies are doing so well. I'm about to depart for Jamaica, so doubt I'll be able to see any games there :-( So you'll have to keep me posted!.

Cheers,
Kim