when Mak is an aerial photographer


The photos were taken using my phone from an elevation of between 100-150m

This is called deforestation for

The light aircraft yours truly was chauffeured around in

more signs of deforestation

an aerial view of Nairobi is not complete without a picture of the site for slum tourism justaposed with highrise development

these farms can only be appreciated while airborne

some of you didn’t go to good schools and don’t have an idea what a fault line looks like. Here is me doing community service

 

 

About makagutu

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

30 thoughts on “when Mak is an aerial photographer

  1. Mordanicus says:

    Great pictures!

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  2. Excellent views for us who can’t get there, & really clear fault line. Thank you sir.

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  3. Eric Alagan says:

    Wow! Those fault lines – amazing!

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  4. volkan254 says:

    never thought that faultline is that distinct from up

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  5. john zande says:

    Is that a Robinson 22?

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  6. Carmen says:

    Appreciate the different perspective, Mak! Thanks!

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  7. Great pics. Did you take them as you were ascending into heaven on your horse? Even if not, say you did. You could start a religion that way.

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  8. Nan says:

    Cool shots! Especially the fault lines. (Envy you the ride.)

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  9. Like everyone else, I’m fascinated by the geologic fault lines. Growing up in California almost on top of the San Andreas Fault, it’s very hard to discern unless seen from above. At ground level, evidence of fault creep can be seen in displaced fence lines, broken pavement and such; but, the fault structure itself is usually unrecognizable.

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  10. shelldigger says:

    Very cool stuff! It has been years since I have flown, I’m a bit jealous ๐Ÿ™‚

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  11. renudepride says:

    Terrific images, my Kenyan brother! Your civic mindedness in sharing with us the fault-lines is commended! Have a great weekend! Naked hugs!

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