Yesterday, Diani House held the opening reception for my exhibition “Forest Dwellers”.
From 4 – 10 PM this iconic building in Diani Beach was full of visitors, and it all ended up a successful evening!
The exhibition will be on until January 31st next year, so if you missed it there is still hope.
20% of the print sales from the exhibition will be given to Colobus Conservation, so if you want to give a christmas present with meaning then Diani House is the place to go!
More information about the exhibition beneath this picture.
Diani House proudly presents “FOREST DWELLERS”, an exhibition by Marie Lee.
EXHIBITION DATES: 28 November 2014 – 31 January 2015
OPENING RECEPTION: Friday 28 November 2014, 4 PM – 6PM
EXHIBITION HOURS: Monday – Sunday 10 AM – 6 PM, for private viewing. Please call Angie on 0724 699 240 for appointment.
Bitings and drinks will be offered at the opening on Friday 28 November.
20% of all print sales from the exhibition goes to Colobus Conservation.
«FOREST DWELLERS» is a photographic exhibition showcasing the old world monkeys found on Kenya’s south coast. These monkeys include the Angolan Black-and-White Colobus (Colobus angolensis ssp palliatus), Sykes Monkey (Cercopithecus albogularis), Vervet Monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) and the Yellow Baboon (Papio cynocephalus).
Lately I’ve been working on an assignment taking photos of Diani House. It’s a beautiful house located next to the beach, surrounded by indigenous trees and quite a bit of wildlife.
Photographing this beautiful plot is a task that I’m still working on, but I figured I could share some of the work I’ve done so far with you.
Stay tuned for more images soon!
Yesterday I spent the day photographing in Shimba Hills National Reserve, based a bit inland from the south coast of Kenya.
This is a park I’ve never had the pleasure of visiting before, and based upon what I’ve heard from others I wasn’t expecting too much wildlife wise.
The park surprised me in a positive way though, as it didn’t take long before we had seen both Masai Giraffes, Cape Buffalos and Sable antelopes.
Later in the day we also had good sightings of elephants.
Shimba Hills is the only place in Kenya where the Sable antelope can be seen, and the reserve also holds substantial numbers of African elephants.
The elephants that are found there are of the African Forest Elephant subspecies, different from the more well known African Bush Elephant.
Earlier this week AFRICANature chose my Masai Mara sunset photo for their weekly Facebook cover photo!
I’ve followed AFRICANature for quite a while, so it was truly an honour that they chose my photo as the best of the week for their cover photo.
I shot this photo on the 17th of September last year, just minutes after spotting a beautiful rhino. The sun was already starting to set beautifully, so when the rhino wandered off we set off to the beautiful savannah nearby and started waiting for the sun to set. And what a great sight it was!
Feel free to check out AFRICANature and the photo at:
Photography for me is watching this worlds beauty and stories and making it possible for other people to see what I see. It’s getting to know something new through the lens – peoples personal stories, learning about the way animals live in the wild, or simply showing how beautiful our Earth is.
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