Harrisburg Dean of Students Indulges Passion for Photography in Kenya
Web Editor - Published: July 14, 2011
While participating in Widener Law’s 2011 Summer Abroad program in Nairobi, Kenya, Harrisburg Dean of Students Keith E. Sealing found a perfect outlet for his interest in photography.

Posting on his blog, Sushi and the Law School, Sealing expressed his excitement over being able to test out his new camera lens in Kenya, writing, “So I guess the bottom line is that I have no excuses to not produce some create stuff in Kenya, assuming the lions and giraffes cooperate, which I’m told they do.”

The images accompanying this story are just some of the photos that Dean Sealing has managed to take during his time abroad. The photos offer a glimpse into the diverse activities that participants in the program have experienced, including trips to the Happy Life Children's Home, David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage, and the Baobab Beach Resort, Danali south of Mombasa.