The pictures on this site are the result of hundreds of hours John Kenny, a photographer, spent walking, hitching, and driving across Sub-Saharan Africa. They are a testimony to the vibrant cultures that still exist within some of the most isolated lands on earth

The pictures on this site are the result of hundreds of hours John Kenny, a photographer, spent walking, hitching, and driving across Sub-Saharan Africa. They are a testimony to the vibrant cultures that still exist within some of the most isolated lands on earth

Kaokoland,The Himba, Africa, Portrait by John Kenny

Kaokoland,The Himba, Africa, Portrait by John Kenny

Portraits of people from Northern Kenya taken by John Kenny

Portraits of people from Northern Kenya taken by John Kenny

I wish We would see more images of beauty like this one. It's sad to me that all I see as around me is the opposit of her... and me.

I wish We would see more images of beauty like this one. It's sad to me that all I see as around me is the opposit of her... and me.

North Kenya  by John Kenny  We all are beautiful.  People of the world.

North Kenya by John Kenny We all are beautiful. People of the world.

Portraits of people from Northern Kenya taken by John Kenny                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Portraits of people from Northern Kenya taken by John Kenny More

"Sun and dry earth are the only ingredients required for the lighting in my prints. And of course, you also need to find exceptional people! " - John Kenny

"Sun and dry earth are the only ingredients required for the lighting in my prints. And of course, you also need to find exceptional people! " - John Kenny

Ethiopia, Omo Valley. Photo by John Kenny

Ethiopia, Omo Valley. Photo by John Kenny

The far south of Angola: crazy bureaucracy but the reward of encounters with wonderful traditional cultures that are really infrequently visited by outsiders. Beautiful interactions with the Mumuhuila and Muhacaona: some of which you see here.

The far south of Angola: crazy bureaucracy but the reward of encounters with wonderful traditional cultures that are really infrequently visited by outsiders. Beautiful interactions with the Mumuhuila and Muhacaona: some of which you see here.

Beautiful Maasai Mama by John Kenny. These mamas are true inspirations, I hope to be half as happy as they are one day. Whatever the Maasai equivalent of Hakuna Matata (Swahili), I wish to be!

Beautiful Maasai Mama by John Kenny. These mamas are true inspirations, I hope to be half as happy as they are one day. Whatever the Maasai equivalent of Hakuna Matata (Swahili), I wish to be!

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