Just the Pictures (Kenya) The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust logo. Elephant orphans being fed formula milk. Elephant calves playing around. Elephant calf tossing dirt on its back. Looks like the one elephant is scratching the behind the others ear. The stables for the elephant calves. A giraffe being fed treats at the Giraffe Center. Giraffe sticking its tongue out, ready to be fed another treat. Closeup of a giraffe’s fur. Warthogs at the Giraffe Center. Giraffe standing by the feeding platform. Nature trail next to the Giraffe Center. Flower found on the nature trail. The gravel road approaching Karen Blixen’s former home. Front view of the Karen Blixen house. Looking toward the Ngong Hills (ngong means “knuckles”) from the Karen Blixen house. Rear side of Karen Blixen’s former house. Photograph of a photograph of Karen Blixen wearing two hats to protect her from the scorching African sun. Closeup of Kenyan coffee beans. Clay cups being molded at the Kazuri bead and pottery factory. Plate of molded clay beads. Beads arranged inside the electric oven. Beads being stringed together to make necklaces. Bowl of finished beads. Cups awaiting to be fired in the oven and one that has already been in the oven, demonstrating the change of color after being fired. Electric oven loaded with pottery, ready to be cooked. Karen Blixen Coffee Garden restaurant. “Kachos”, Kenyan-style nachos made with fried arrowroot, cassava and potato chips with melted cheese, guacamole, tomato salsa, chili peppers, sour cream, and coriander. “Turkana Boy”, Homo erectus (1.7 million years old) and the most complete skeleton ever found of an early hominid. “The Black Skull”, Paranthropus aethiopicus (2.5 million years old). Homo rudolfensis (1.9 million years old). Amulet used by the Swahili as a protection to ward off evil spirits. Circumcision mask used by the Tiriki people. Mask that looks remarkably similar to an Ewok. Home made guns used by the Mau Mau freedom fighters. Green Mamba. Black Mamba. Snakes together in a garden. Local necklace. Yoruba, an old ceremonial dagger used to announce a royal personage in Nigeria. A “silk batik” painted by Robin Anderson. Thumb piano. Mask and feathered hat from the Bamileke tribe in Cameroon. Wood carved piece on display in the Nairobi Gallery. Cattle being herded along side a road in Nairobi. Various meats being roasted inside the Carnivore restaurant.