Jim Koenigsaecker dedicated the first 10 years of his adult life to newspaper journalism. He worked his way up from a copy boy to an editor, but, his passion was always photojournalism. During the glory days of newspapers, Jim covered everything...
Marwa Abbas, a member of the marginalized ethnic minority Bajuni people, collecting water in a colorful alley in Lamu, Kenya, an endangered United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, World Heritage Site.
Muslim men wearing traditional koofiyad caps and colorful sarong wraps sitting on a stone bench in front of the fortress at Lamu, Kenya. Lamu Fort was built between 1813 and 1821 by Said bin Sultan, the Sultan of Muscat and Oman.
Lamu, Kenya is an endangered United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, World Heritage Site. Jim Koenigsaecker is documenting as many World Heritage Sites as possible as part of a long-term, personal project.