Uganda, Africa [For the Next Ten Days]

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I’m leaving for Uganda tonight to help out the awesome Amigos Worldwide charity who are doing some incredible things. I’m pretty excited. Their mission is “to bring self-sustainability, dignity and hope to the young people in Uganda through investing in vocational training, educational opportunities and holistic life-skills” – and I can’t wait to capture this for them.

This is what I love to do…

I’ve figured that I love to photograph real life – whether it be capturing the love and emotion of a wedding, or a social issue in Africa. I love the power a photograph can have and the notion that perhaps I can make a difference somehow.

I also love to journey. Whether that be the journey of a wedding day or the one I’m about to take. Life is way too short. Traveling to places like India and Africa with my camera has already changed my life, I’m sure of it. I can’t wait to see what this trip may bring…

Hopefully I’ll get to tweet once in while and in the meantime hope you enjoy these photos from my last trip…

 

Sachin Khona - Have fun brother man!

Lucy - Beautiful country, beautiful people, and an inspiring cause. Looking forward to seeing the results of your trip! Awesome ;)

Marce - Hi, I write from Bogota-Colombia and I share your thougts “live is way too short” but the best way of living is to sever others.

Jon S6 - Have a great time. I definitely wanna do this

Annabel - Love My Dress Wedding Blog - This is just incredible. So completely inspiring. I have always adored your work Ed but this takes my adoration to a new level.

So incredibly beautiful.

You are an amazing, talented and very gifted Photographer Ed.

Look after yourself out there.

Lots of love,

Annabel xXx

Albert Palmer - Looking forward to seeing your updates Ed. Making a difference to the world is something we should all do.

Eliza - What an amazing journey to be embarking on. Gorgeous photos, Ed. I can’t wait to see more from your current trip.

Tanya du Plessis - Ed, I just love logging onto your site and waiting expectantly to see what capitvating images will pop up next. I have many friends who have journied to Uganda to meet their sponsor children and I love the stories and images but you just take it to a whole other level….. thank you for sharing.

Steve & Katie [Some Portraits]

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Anushe Low - Beautiful Ed.

Jen Owens - Stunning (as always!). The light you’ve captured is amazing.

fer juaristi - your frames are out of this world bro.

Roberto ramos - No words man. Awesome frames.

Kirsten Mavric - Really, really beautiful. She isn’t bad, either.

jeff ambrose - love how you can tell the day just slowed down during these and they were able to just enjoy each other.

Jo Hastings - Wow! Breathtakingly beautiful images.

Jon S6 - super cool. One day I may ask the secret of convincing people to climb tree’s

Dean Govier - Brilliant work. Love the first diptych.

Andy Gaines - Great work, as usual!

Jakub Majewski - So simple, so beautiful … bravo Ed!