cycling in the wild

And my apologies for not very clear images


About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

43 thoughts on “cycling in the wild

  1. Carmen says:

    Great shots, Mak! I could see the croc. . The images on your site, however, seem to overlap and cover up the text (?). I was able to see the pics and text under the pics from viewing the message in my mail, rather than clicking on your site. Looks like a grand adventure, for sure!

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  2. Sabiscuit says:

    Looks like you guys had a fantastic time out there. xo


  3. Fabulous landscape mak, a real treat for the eyes, though that stony pass looks like hell on a stick for me, still, variety is the spice of life eh?

    – esme enjoying the look of that ride very much upon the Cloud


  4. Charity says:

    I honestly would not have noticed the crocodile (on my phone) if you hadn’t mentioned it. Wow!

    Where’s that rocky area?

    Thanks for the beautiful pictures. You have a great week, friend.

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  5. shelldigger says:

    Just…wow! Awesome adventure Mak. I am jealous.


  6. How great to be there to take these photos. Communing with nature and animals. Doubtful it gets any better than that. ❤


  7. Awesome! How big was the crocodile?


  8. Barry says:

    Kind of makes our “wild” areas seem rather tame. No crocodiles, rhinos, gazelles etc. In fact no mammals or reptials at all.


  9. Ron says:

    “somewhere in that picture there are gazelles”

    I’m told the Roman travel brochures once said:

    HC SVNT GAZELLES (Here be gazelles)

    Thankfully, you survived to tell us about it firsthand. 🙂


  10. Super pictures. Glad you had a grand time.


  11. stephenbrodie says:

    As you can imagine central London doesn’t have much wild life, perhaps an urban fox at night.


  12. Real real me says:

    Looks like you are enjoying cycling every time you take it.
    Lovely photos by the way. Don’t worry about the quality, it’s good.
    I didn’t think African nature can be so great.


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