Going to Africa to take photos is an easy assignment. Being asked to teach on leadership and conflict resolution to a war torn nation – not so easy. But Adam was asked and so he went. Is there a photographer alive that wouldn’t bring his camera along even if shooting wasn’t the reason for the trip?

Burundi Africa Photography By Adam Fish Fotography at www.FishFotography.comBurundi Africa Photography By Adam Fish Fotography at www.FishFotography.com

Burundi Africa Photography By Adam Fish Fotography at www.FishFotography.com

Burundi Africa Photography By Adam Fish Fotography at www.FishFotography.com

Burundi Africa Photography By Adam Fish Fotography at www.FishFotography.com

Burundi Africa Photography By Adam Fish Fotography at www.FishFotography.com

Burundi Africa Photography By Adam Fish Fotography at www.FishFotography.com

Burundi Africa Photography By Adam Fish Fotography at www.FishFotography.com

Coming home and adjusting to life in America is always hard for Adam after a trip like this one. But he grows through each experience. A first for Adam from this trip? Jetlag. Yup, after several overseas photography assignments this was his first jetlag encounter. (And PS, he’s never had the flu either, but that’s completely off topic and insanely annoying.)