Greetings y’all! Most of you will be aware that I’ve spent the past month in Kenya & Uganda.  Above are the full team that endured my constant snapping.

I’ve decided to make the ‘web-ready’ (ie. blog/emailable/facebook size) images available for all (team or otherwise) to download here from my blog, to share and spread around.

You probably won’t be surprised to hear that there are loads of images, so I’ve split the sets into 2 major links:

1. The Kenya Drive (376 Images: 38 Megs)
2. Uganda 2010 (731 images: 80 Megs)

Remember they are large files and may take a while to download.

If you’d rather download a smaller, bite-size section of the trip you can also set the zip folder downloading use the links below:

Kenya Drive – Part 1: Home>Malindi
Kenya Drive – Part 2: Malindi>Lake Navasha
Kenya Drive – Part 3: Lake Navasha>Jinja
Kenya Drive – Part 4: Jinja>Kampala
Uganda Projects – Part 1: Maya School & Maternity Project
Uganda Projects – Part 2: Maya School & Water Project
Uganda Projects – Part 3: Hosanna Slum Church & Beads Project
Uganda Projects – Part 4: Camping & Queen Elizabeth Safari
Uganda Projects – Part 5: Camping & Pioneering

I’m continuing to document the stories behind the images on my blog over this week, but thought I’d host all the images for peeps to download.

I’d like to also take this opportunity to thank all the most excellent people who I shared this experience with.  You rule.


Barnasnorus Rex


Link Up:

Read more about Link International’s Uganda projects on their facebook page here.

If you’d like to donate to their fantastic causes, visit their site here.

Read the Link director Tim Hall’s blog here.

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