“Dr. Livingstone I presume?” It’s a famous quote, but did you know that H.M. Stanley was incorrectly cited as saying this to Dr. David Livingstone when he found him on the shores of Lake Tanganyika.
Almost 150 years later, a different Livingston will be heading to Africa, specifically Kenya on business. I leave this Wednesday, and hope to tell you a little more about that part of the trip in the next few days.
After that portion of the trip concludes on June 18, I will visit Tanzania and check off one of my bucket list items, which is to see the snows of Kilimanjaro (I blame Hemingway for this one). I will also take a brief safari in the Ngorongoro Crater.
The latter portion is a personal photography project. It comes at an interesting time as I intend to use these photos to help conclude the 365 Full Frame Project, which ends on July 10. It’s hard to believe that almost 11 full months ago the project began with this cathedral photo on the 365 Full Frame site. What better way to cap this photographic odyssey than with a series of epic photos from Africa?
Internet access will be sporadic. Until I return, you’ll need to send a modern H.M. Stanley to find me. A couple of posts have been scheduled here, and, for those who are interested, the 365 Full Frame site is set to go on autopilot with a daily posting while I am gone.
For the few that follow me regularly online, please forgive my absence. Cheers!