“Out On The Veld”


TANZANIA Through Harold’s Lens:

The Maasai people reside in both Tanzania and Kenya.

They are a small tribe, accounting for only about 0.7 percent of Tanzania’s population, with a similar number living in Kenya.

Maasai speak Maa, a Nilotic ethnic language from their origin in the Nile region of North Africa.

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  1. Fantastic again! I live your photography! If you’d ever like to out together a guest post featuring some of your lovely photos let me know. They are so beautiful and worth sharing!!!!! :) Nicole

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      • Oh sorry! I sometimes like to have people “guest post” on my blog meaning they send me the post with the photos and I feature you on the blog. I was trying to do a “Feature Friday” series with all guest posts but ran out of time and energy. A guest post is similar to a “reblog” but instead of just directing the reader immediately to the post on your site, I put a bio, your post and photos with credit to you, on my site. No worries if you don’t want to. I just think your work is amazing! :)

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    • Hi thirdeyemom. I have not forgotten about your request:
      “Oh sorry! I sometimes like to have people “guest post” on my blog meaning they send me the post with the photos and I feature you on the blog. I was trying to do a “Feature Friday” series with all guest posts but ran out of time and energy. A guest post is similar to a “reblog” but instead of just directing the reader immediately to the post on your site, I put a bio, your post and photos with credit to you, on my site. No worries if you don’t want to. I just think your work is amazing! :)”.
      Thank you. I was selected as the Blog of the week by Aboard Blog of the Week, and I was extremely busy creating for their Blog. I am now working on some fun creative ideas for your Blog request.

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      • Oh thanks Harold! :) No worries at all! I am insanely busy myself. I do truly LOVE your work and I thought sharing it would be amazing. Any time but no rush! :) PS Congrats again on Blog of the Week! How wonderful!!!!

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