#ThisIsMyKenya: Safaricom 2016 Desktop Calendar

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Still on matters Capture Kenya 2015, this year we did not just come up with one calendar, but two. The images were too fantastic to be kept in a folder somewhere to be used later on. The first calendar was the main one, to be hanged on the wall next to your graduation portrait. The second calendar is a Safaricom 2016 Desktop Calendar, the kind that stands on office desks right next to the pen holder and computer.

However, the motive is still the same; changing conversations. An invitation to look at things differently; to shift the national focus from the bad and ugly, and amplify the almost silent whispers of the good.

Ladies and gentlemen, This Is My Kenya.


Loiyangalani | Allan Gichigi & Kokan

What do you see? A desolate village? Or…


…the magnificence  of Kenyan lands.


Old Town, Mombasa | Osborne Macharia & Emmanuel Thuo

Do you see closed doors? Or..

..the warm coastal charm.


Mambrui | Osborne Macharia & Emmanuel Thuo

Nothing in the horizon? Or…

…endless fun on beautiful beaches.


Kisumu | Migwa Nthiga & Joe Kiragu

Empty waters? Or…

..a fresh feast for the family.


Kisii | Migwa Nthiga & Joe Kiragu

The sound of silence? Or..

…the sounds of Kenyan tradition


Malindi | Osborne Macharia & Emmanuel Thuo

Do you see an idle youth? Or..

…an amazing artistic expression


Diani | Osborne Macharia & Emmanuel Thuo

Nobody home? Or…

…a deeply spiritual place


Garsen | Osborne Macharia & Emmanuel Thuo

Deserted highway? Or…

…and enjoyment of life’s journey together


Teso | Migwa Nthiga & Joe Kiragu

A path leading to nowhere? Or…

…natural places for all


Isiolo | Allan Gichigi & Kokan

Bleak environment? Or…

…colourful traditions and culture


Meru | Allan Gichigi & Kokan

A familiar scene? or…

..undiscovered talent


Mtito Andei | Osborne Macharia & Emmanuel Thuo

Fleeing from danger? Or…

…racing towards opportunity

// THE END//

There were other breathtaking moments frozen by the lenses of these six incredible photographers. Wanna see them? Easy! Just download the My Kenya App  from Google Play or the Safaricom App Store on your mobile phone and bear witness to the beauty of Kenyan and her people.

For inspiration, watch the one minute video below;

#ThisIsMyKenya: Safaricom 2016 Desktop Calendar via @theMagunga

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These images are breathtaking!


These pics are beauutiful! Great work guys!

Jeremiah Wakaya

Great pictures! Disgustingly Kenyan and stands out one cannot deny.For sure our land is blessed if only we care to appreciate.


Those picture of capture Kenya is truely awesome. Thanks Magunga for sharing. Regards, Peter Oluoch, http://vc.uonbi.ac.ke

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