Kuto was always fascinated by the world around him. Even as a child, he would spend hours watching the animals in his backyard and asking his parents questions about them. So when he found out that he would be spending a year in Namibia as part of his studies, he was ecstatic.
He arrived in Namibia and was immediately struck by the beauty of the country. The vast plains stretched out before him, dotted with occasional trees and bushes. And everywhere he looked, there were animals: gazelles grazing on the grass, zebras roaming freely, lions stalking their prey. He even saw an elephant up close one day when it came to drink from a nearby river.
Every day, Kuto went out exploring with his camera, eager to document all the amazing things he was seeing. He quickly made friends with some of the other students who were also studying in Namibia, and they would often go on safari together or go hiking in search of new wildlife sightings.
The months flew by and soon it was time for Kuto to return home to finish his studies. But even though he was no longer in Africa physically, its spirit stayed with him always. And every time he looked at his photos or watched documentaries about African wildlife, he felt like he were right back there again – surrounded by wonder and filled with awe at this amazing continent that had stolen his heart forever