Early morning at the south coast, close to the reef two women collecting sea urchins in the swallow waters
Coast Province Kenya
A pretty Egret hunting in the low tide waters at the south coast.
The famous Shimoni Caves in Kwale district. Former slave holding den that was part of the East African slave trade controlled by the Sultan of of Zanzibar
Walking around in Shella on Lamu you will from time to time bump into beautiful old antique door in the traditional Swahili design.
The water inside the reef as a perfect mirror reflecting the lazy clouds above.
Another beautiful detail from Baitil Aman house in Shella. Carefully restore rooms respecting the antique building.
A small kingfisher sitting on a mangrove branch inside dense vegetation behind Funzi island on the south coast
Going back in time and traveling on the stage coach to Dar es Salaam. The stage hawkers displaying their wares to the passengers inside
Kenya has some of the most beautiful beaches and reefs in the world. The image is from behind Wasini island on the Kisite reef.
The waves undermining the coral cliffs and eventually the outstretched coral breaks off with trees and vegetation landing in the sea for yet another turn of the circle in costal erosion.
Swimming along the coral cost line. You have to be careful not to get too close as the waves can throw you against the coral cliffs
Inside the dense mangrove forest behind Funzi island is a wealth of bird species that feeds of the insects vertebrae and fish thriving among the mangrove roots.
Palm Nut Vulture flying at high speed along the coast line in southern Kenya
A peak under the surface and you will find a fantastic world unfolding between the corals that grows in a multitude of shapes and colors.
The sun has just risen over the horizon and an Back Headed Heron is in dark silhouette against the warm light.
Sitting high above our little boat this beautiful Fish Eagle was perched on a branch on the edge of the mangrove swamps covering parts of Funzi island.