Kenyan photographer Kabut Kago leads viewers through the streets of Nairobi. In these vivid, juicy shots presented all the Kenyan eclecticism. Children play, women dance, warriors show off their bright clothes.
People in the photo look remarkably harmonious, regardless of what they do: whether they paint pumpkins, cut the customer on the street or make shoes from old tires.
For reference: Nairobi (“water” in Masai) is the capital of Kenya, the largest city in East Africa, with a population of 3–4 million people and more (it is more difficult to calculate because of the huge number of slums in the suburbs). The city is called the world capital of safaris. Nairobi National Park, the Masai Mara Reserve and other natural areas are a home to hundreds of animal species in Africa. From time to time from the high-rise houses of giraffes and rhinos only a fence separates. The local population is divided into tribal residents and citizens. These two lifestyles are often completely out of touch, and when rapprochement happens, sometimes funny things happen.Some are described in the book of the American scientist Robert Sapolski, an excerpt from which we published. Robert has dedicated 20 years of his life to Kenya.