I’d overheard on Twitter that the usual photographer bunch (refer to previous posts) were going up to the Kenyatta International Conference Centre to try and capture Nairobi sunsets. I promised myself after the Kenya Railways shoot (here and here) that I would make a point to join them and see how they do what they do.
I tried a whole lot to take a nice picture up there. But my DSC-W220 decided to remind me that it does have its limits. And that altitude, in that light, was one of them.
Photo Credit: Michael Katetei
Rachael, me and my friend Diana from school. Gave up trying to do the spectacular birds’ eye view shoot and just acted-a-fool, while every one else was oh-so-serious. And I got to meet my photography role model – for like a second and a half – but I did!
1, 2, 3 – Nairobi by night.
I hope you add the KICC helipad to your bucket list. It’s only 150 and 200 bob ($1.90, $2.50) if you can prove you are a resident. Diana’s Swahili is pretty convincing.