Photography: Osma Harvilahti turns his camera on Kenya with extraordinary results

Date
30 September 2013
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1 minute read

It’s becoming a habit of ours (well, mine) to feature Osma Harvilahti’s work on the site about once every six months. The first time was in August of last year, then in January of this one and here we are again with more updates. Thing is, Osma keeps on taking off on adventures around the world – to Kenya, Singapore and Morocco, New York and London – then coming back with incredible snapshots of these places that feature portraits of strangers, chance encounters with a monkey, oranges on windscreens and chance occurrences of incredible complementary colour. How he manages to find these images (all of them feel like a series of unique discoveries) we’re really not sure, but long may it continue. We can’t get enough of this stuff.

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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Osma Harvilahti: Kenya

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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