That is us crazy peoples up there, trying not to look awkward infront of a lens 🙂 The photographers’ dilema 🙂
We kick-started the Wedding Workshop , 8 province tour with Eldoret. For no apparent reason though, Faith & I love Eldoret, it has the finest people you will ever meet. We left Nairobi one lazy afternoon after running errands & binging on fast food. We used the famous North Rift shuttle for the 7 hour trip to Eldoret. It was not at all fun, we lazed on the internet till we were out of charge, Faith even convinced me to read Anne Kiguta’s True Love story. I read, ate, slept, dreamt (Not necessarily in that order) till we finally arrived at Eldoret.
Castor was our wonderful host, we prayed then rested for the night. We awoke to a beautiful & sunny day in Eldoret. The town was alive with life, and as we trotted to the venue of the workshop, we were reminded why we do this. For the love, experience & simply for Faith & I to share our life with photographers all over the country.
The AIC Fellowship church in Eldoret was kind enough to host us for the workshop. Imagine we had one of the attendees, Charles come all the way from Kampala to attend the workshop. We were so so humbled & privileged to host it & we thank God for the chance to make a difference.
The introduction section was super-fun. It was good to know about the people behind the lens, their personalities & all.
Me joking with Castor as he makes his introduction. He was such a wonderful host…***Round of Applause***
Lot’s of good times we shared
Me going through the power-point presentation of what a wedding day entails
I am very dramatic when it comes to getting my point across 🙂
John was clearly amused
Getting their hands on the big guns
That was our lunch, courtesy of our hosts (Joses & Castor)…some good old rice & beans never tasted any better
They have threats you see, especially when it comes to messing with their food 🙂
Me doing the dance to keep guys awake after the heavy lunch 🙂
Faith lovessssssss my sleek moves 🙂 (I muse myself)
Doing the final conclusion at the end of the long, long day…it was 9 hours of class 🙂
Finally it was a wrap and it was time to be ourselves & let off all the steam, these peoples are fun!!!
We spent an extra day in Eldoret, and we had some lovely lovely dinner to. Oh Eldoret, so beautiful & lovely definitely we will be coming back there soon 🙂 very soon…
Our next workshop is scheduled for June 12th in Kakamega 🙂 so if you live down by the West kindly send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can feel you in on the details.
Thanks for your company always…