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Caroline Muchekehu

Female leopard using a balanite tree as a vantage point to scout for food or danger in the vicinity. Taken in Masai Mara, Kenya

BIO: Caroline Muchekehu discovered her love for photography at an early age, when she received her first camera while in high school. Her love of nature began with birds, and she spent a lot of time outdoors, bird watching.

After pursuing a liberal arts degree at The College of Wooster, she began working in the corporate world, and took a break from photography. She returned to Kenya in 2010 with a basic DSLR camera, and started looking for opportunities to use it, and found Kenya to be the perfect place to do this.

She now seeks any opportunity to be out in the wild, finding inspiration in her encounters with animals, and spending time to learn as much as she can about the behavior of animals through her observations. Her camera of choice is a Canon 7D Mark ii, combined with a Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM Lens.

By sharing her images and her experiences, Caroline hopes to highlight the majesty and beauty of these magnificent animals with as many people as possible, bringing these amazing creatures closer to the viewer, and hopefully inspiring her audience to go out and experience the wild for themselves.

WEBSITE: seemuchphotography.com
INSTAGRAM: @seemuchphotography
Copyright
Caroline Muchekehu cmuchekehu@gmail.com +254711100347
Image Size
3316x2280 / 43.3MB
https://www.seemuchphotography.com
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Female leopard using a balanite tree as a vantage point to scout for food or danger in the vicinity. Taken in Masai Mara, Kenya<br />
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BIO: Caroline Muchekehu discovered her love for photography at an early age, when she received her first camera while in high school. Her love of nature began with birds, and she spent a lot of time outdoors, bird watching.  <br />
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After pursuing a liberal arts degree at The College of Wooster, she began working in the corporate world, and took a break from photography. She returned to Kenya in 2010 with a basic DSLR camera, and started looking for opportunities to use it, and found Kenya to be the perfect place to do this.<br />
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She now seeks any opportunity to be out in the wild, finding inspiration in her encounters with animals, and spending time to learn as much as she can about the behavior of animals through her observations. Her camera of choice is a Canon 7D Mark ii, combined with a Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM Lens.<br />
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By sharing her images and her experiences, Caroline hopes to highlight the majesty and beauty of these magnificent animals with as many people as possible, bringing these amazing creatures closer to the viewer, and hopefully inspiring her audience to go out and experience the wild for themselves. <br />
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WEBSITE: seemuchphotography.com<br />
INSTAGRAM: @seemuchphotography