Edgar & Yvonne: Wakanda to My KDF Date

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Siloma

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Shoot: Engagement (Edgar & Yvonne)

Location: Nairobi Arboretum

Gadget(s): Nikon D750

Accessories: Yongnuo 560 III & IV, Color Gels, Soft Boxes

Lenses: 50mm prime & Nikon 24-85mm

Photographers: Stephen Siloma of Brait Photography & Billy Miaron of Bmpicz

This is a story of how a mechanical engineer, Edgar met his love, a civil engineer, Yvonne.

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Yvonne sits on a park bench reading a copy of her Civil Engineering magazine

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A well-dressed man talking on the phone approaches the bench.

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He asks whether he can sit beside her

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He glances over at her magazine to see what she is reading

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Struck by her stunning beauty, he greets her and starts to initiate a conversation but at first he is ignored.

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He tells her, “Hey, I love the perfume you are wearing.”

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She is stunned by such a compliment and looks at him in the eye. Edgar says, “Can I have a look at what you are reading?”

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And she gladly shows him her prowess in her field.

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Edgar gets a perfect opportunity to initiate a conversation.

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Edgar: You know me too, usinione hivi hivi. Mimi ndio mjanja kijiji chetu.

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Edgar: So msupa mimi ni Makanika

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Yvonne: Haiya, so wewe ni dereva wa hii tractor?

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Edgar: Ati?

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Yvonne: No, I meant, do you have a fleet of these? 
Edgar: Of course yeah.

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Edgar: Sasa si twende ukaendeshe?

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Yvonne: Dear stranger, I would love to but I have important things to do

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Edgar: Serious? Twende basi nitakupea ride. Yvonne: Am a very busy girl. I have stuff to do.

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Edgar: Sawasawa msupa. I really had a wonderful conversation with you.

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Yvonne: Me too

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Yvonne: Sasa utaniwachilia mkono ama? 

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Edgar: Whah!?

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Edgar: Mmmmmmh

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Edgar: Na sikuitisha number. Shida yangu inakuwaga nini?

Many days later…

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Edgar is walking in the streets whilst making a phone call

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Yvonne is also on the streets chatting…

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Unaware, they bump into each other.

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Yvonne: Shida yako ni nini mzee?

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Edgar: Aaaaa! Yvoooone! Remember me?
Caller on the line: Ati?
Edgar: You guy let me call you back.

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Edgar: Msuupa, kwanza hebu nipe huug!
Yvonne: Not too fast. Hey?

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Edgar: As you wish madam, niaje?

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Yvonne: Hey, I believe it is just hills that do not meet.

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Edgar: You look amazing.
Yvonne: Weee! Usinifanye niblush…

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Edgar: Kwanza hebu nipe number saa hii! This cannot be a coincidence.

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Yvonne: 072……

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Yvonne: Hapa umekosea toa hii 3 weka 8

Edgar: Oooh figure 8?

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Edgar: Coffee sometime?

Yvonne: Maybe?

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After many WhatsApp texts…

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Yvonne: You are such a charming mechanic

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Edgar: Eiish. Juu ya hiyo story let me mechanically engineer your stomach. Nimekam na ma KDF hapa.

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Yvonne: Really?

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Edgar: *Whistle* Wee jamaa wa ice-cream?

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Edgar: Hebu wekea msupa kamoja.

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Yvonne: Lakini una ufala ni mimi ulikuwa unaletea KDF?
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Yvonne: Unataka?

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Edgar: Sasa juu umenipaka ice cream kila mahali si tule ma KDF zangu?

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Edgar: Kula KDF wacha kujifanya hujawahi kula

Edgar: Wacha Nikufungulie Kasoda

Edgar: Wacha nikufungulie Kasoda

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Edgar: Teremsha na Kasoda usinyongwe switi

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Cheers!

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And…

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I won’t lie, this was such an amazing photo story to do. We did it with my guy Billy Miaron of www.bmpicz.com

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4 Responses

  1. I know yvonne; She would never go on a KDF date, unless She really liked the guy…I know she said yes and congratulations to her…cheers. ..grt story line…

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