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Textures of Kenya / Texturas de Kenia

I am fortunate enough to travel to Kenya with some regularity. Even when traveling on business I always look forward to a trip to Kenya because it is really one of the most “sensual” destinations I know. By “sensual” I mean it literally invades all my senses: sight, smell, sound, taste and …touch. If you get close to Kenya you can really appreciate the richness of the textures and you feel an almost uncontrollable urge to reach out and touch everything from the furs and skins of animals to the earth, stone and delicate petals of plants. Many of these textures are as beautiful to look at as they are interesting to touch (in the case of the wildlife, I recommend resisting the temptation to touch!).  Here is a very small selection of some of the textures I came across on my recent trips which I hope will have you caressing the screen of your iPad !

Tengo la gran suerte de viajar con cierta frecuencia a Kenia. Incluso si se trata de un viaje de trabajo siempre tengo ilusión por volver a Kenia porque es uno de los destinos más “sensuales” que conozco. Con “sensual” quiero decir que invade todos mis sentidos: vista, olfato, oído, sabor y … tacto. Si te acercas mucho a Kenia puedes apreciar la riqueza de sus texturas hasta sentir un deseo incontrolable de estirar la mano y tocar todo desde las pieles de animales a la tierra y piedra o los delicados pétalos de sus flores. Muchas de estas texturas son tan hermosas para contemplar con la vista como interesantes al tacto (¡en el caso de la fauna salvaje, recomiendo que te conformes con la vista y te resistes el impulso de acariciar todo!)      Aquí te presento una pequeña selección de texturas de Kenia recogidas en mis últimos viajes que espero te inviten a acariciar la pantalla de tu iPad. 

This entry was published on December 10, 2012 at 1:06 pm. It’s filed under All previous posts / Todos los posts anteriores, Animals / Animales, Nature / Naturaleza and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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