Well here is my October highlights which commenced with a trip to Muriwai, near Gisborne for the unveiling of my late brother Caley Walker-Smith. Fantastic time on the marae at Muriwai with whanau and friends. The Kokomai Arts Festival had it’s inaugural run during the month and went off and down really well.. congratulations to those who made it happen.. Also had a second unveiling this month for Hoppy – you are missed so much mate!!
Enjoy the images – I’ve included several similar shots or variations so you get an idea of what I see and how I am approaching my photography and creativity.
Here are more, yes more images of my Ugandan adventure… I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed taking them and relating to the subjects. The people in Uganda are just amazing and especially the Acholi in the … Continue reading →
Way too many beautiful images of beautiful Acholi people in the north of Uganda. Traveling around the area to Awere Town centre, Kitgum Town, Rackoko, Ludok Village…… everywhere was made welcome with open arms and smiles!! Thank you – will be back in 2014.
With way too many photos of such wonderful people here is gallery two for June’s people!! It is a huge privilege to be able to move amongst these people and be part of their world. I just hope that the images reflect that, I thank all the Acholi for their hospitality – I’ll be back in 2014!!
Just over a week ago I headed down to our southern coast (Palliser Bay) of our Northern Island…. why?? To take photos and do a little to help the local people of Pirinoa and Kahutara clean up the beach from … Continue reading →
Marked the day by capturing my view of “Colourful Kampala. as a thank you to the people here who are just awesome. I had a few ideas beginning the day at Uncle Terence’s with the children before heading to Vision … Continue reading →