#LoveHarare : Harare through the lens of photographers

 “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”
– Aaron Siskind

We are all about #WhatsHappeningInHarare and what is a better way to celebrate our beautiful city than through the lens of a photographer, A big thank you goes out to all the photographers and content creators who captured the essence of our city but who also agreed to have us feature their work on our platforms.

We hope you fall in love with these photographs as much as we have and also take time to visit some of the paces we have featured. Don’t forget to take a photgraph and share it with us!

Sam Levy’s Village

The perfect place to shop, munch and meet up !

Photo Credit : @niathelight

 The beautiful Jacaranda trees along Leopold Takawira Street

When in bloom they are a sight to behold.

Photo credit : @designnduna

Chapman Golf Club

Harare has a vibrant community of golf players and enthusiasts. The sport allows them to exercise, take a break from the office, business networking and spend time with friends.

Photo credit : @mikewallimages

Can you tell which building this is?

Hint – it’s the tallest building in Harare 😉

Photo credit: @iamclivean

Wild Is Life and ZEN

Wild Is Life and ZEN is home to the Zimbabwe Elephant Nursery (ZEN). Zimbabwe’s first elephant nursery which rescues, rehabilitates and re-wilds orphaned and injured elephants.

Photo credit: @donalboyd

Eastgate Building

The Eastgate Centre is a shopping centre and office block in central Harare, Zimbabwe whose architect is Mick Pearce. Designed to be ventilated and cooled by entirely natural means, it was probably the first building in the world to use natural cooling to this level of sophistication.

📸: @_tvdiwanashe


serenity/sɪˈrɛnɪti/Learn to pronouncenoun

  1. the state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled.
  2. ” an oasis of serenity amidst the bustling city”

Photo credit: @pomegrantephoto

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