This country Uganda is fertile. You can plant a stone and it grows. Uganda is mainly plateau with a rim of mountains. It’s climate is tropical and generally rainy with two dry seasons. Unfortunately, we have been experiencing a prolonged drought that has devastated the country. The most affected areas were Isingiro, Teso and some […]Read more "Being Green is one thing, maintaining it, is another."
The Road Taken Kazo, a remote village in Western Uganda takes you back to the self-reliant life of human nature. The communities here are not connected on the national grid of public utilities like water and electricity. Although the people here own mobile phones, they are used mainly for making phone calls and sending messages […]Read more "The Road Taken: Western Uganda."
My path was once like a maze with too many twists and turns, hills and valleys, bright tunnels whose light would die out just as quickly as it appeared. The pathways never had an ending. Once I sat and asked myself whether I should go back and start afresh or continue on this same path […]Read more "Photo Challenge: Path"
Tough as leather, she goes through every hardship and burden that comes her way. She is a fighter that never gives up. She is strong and not easily injured. She sleeps after every one else and wakes up before any one does. She prepares a meal for her husband, prepares the children for school and […]Read more "The Woman That She Is."
“Always get your exposure right.” These words repeatedly run through my head every time I stand behind a camera to take a shot. No photographer can stress this enough. However, the reality is, it doesn’t come off that easy. When you hurriedly change locations to capture a moment before it passes you by, the first […]Read more "Is it that Bad a shot?"
‘It’s not everyday I want you, don’t mean to sound so harsh, but it’s everyday I need you…….. Eh chitemwiko/ balililapo bonse……………’ This is a line from one of my favorite songs from his collections. Ichitemwiko is a love song, loved and memorized by many. I fell in love with this song with absolutely no […]Read more "#Ugblog week – PHATFEST 2014. Abel Chungu"
Mayambala, a primary four student from Holy Family Junior School, was one of the people who caught my eye during the #helpRoseMary car wash fundraising event.His efforts and determination to give a helping hand, to someone battling with cancer was totally humbling. Mayambala lost his leg to cancer a few years back. “At one point […]Read more "#helpRosemary car wash."