Mwarv's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF MWARV
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.50%. The average number of likes per post is 263 and the average number of comments is 6.
61.62% of the followers that engaged with mwarv regularly are from Kenya, followed by Tanzania at 4.04% and Uganda at 3.03%. In summary, the top 5 countries of mwarv's posts engager are coming from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Australia, United States.
Mwarv loves posting about Photography, Architecture, Nature & Outdoors, Travel.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR MWARV
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF MWARV
- Kenya 61.62 %
- Tanzania 4.04 %
- Uganda 3.03 %
- Australia 3.03 %
- United States 3.03 %
Lenses. Breaking social distancing rules in Nairobi National Park since 1946. #NairobiNationalPark #Nairobi #NNP #Lioness
Weekend, is that you? #NairobiNationalPark #NNP #SaveNNP #Nairobae
Breakthirst at Nairobi National Park. #Nairobi #Nairobae #NairobiNationalPark #NNP #SaveNNP
Trade at Treichville, Abidjan. #Treichville #Abidjan #CoteDIvoire #ShotOnOnePlus
As we wrapped shooting yesterday evening in Daukro, we noticed a clean boy sulking in the corner. Apparently when he came to play and found his friend being photographed, he rushed home, took a bath and came to where we were so that he too could have his moment in front of the camera. But here we were, packing our cameras, and he hadn't had his moment... We took our cameras out, went a step further and setup lighting, and shot away. From his smile, it is evident his day was made. #CoteDIvoire #Daukro
On the road to Daoukro from Abidjan, we stopped at Akoupé for lunch. That's where I met Ada selling bush meat snacks. As the name suggests, you can't be sure of what you're eating. Or if you'll return it to where it came from once you get back on the road. So I refrained from sampling it and using charades, asked if I could take a photo of him. He obliged. #ShotOnOnePlus #Akoupe #CoteDIvoire #MakePortraits
Grabbing a window seat during road trips presents one with many opportunities to take photos. I prefer the side closest to the road because it has less interruptions from cars driving in the opposite direction. Here's a photo series of public transport in Cote d'Ivoire, spotted on the road to Daoukro from Abidjan. #ShotOnOnePlus #Abidjan #CoteDIvoire #PublicTransport #Daoukro
Let me tell you about today's shoot in Sanhouman, Cote d'Ivoire. Seated on the right is our client, asking questions in French. The guy on his left - a translator - then repeats the question in a Togolese language to the lady seated on the left, the subject of the documentary we're filming. She's from Togo but living in Cote d'Ivoire. She responds in the Togolese language, it is repeated in French by the translator, then Joyce in headphones, a French-speaking Kenyan producer, monitors the responses to make sure everything is captured before we go into edit. Language barrier broken, crashed and deleted.
Chapa kazi time. #Nairobi #Nairobae #ShotOnOnePlus #Ngara
Shot using OnePlus 7 Nightscape mode at 1928hrs in Westlands, Nairobi. Amazing what phone cameras are capable of nowadays. #ShotOnOnePlus #Nairobi
It's Arap. Kenyans bid farewell to their second President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi at a funeral service held at Nyayo Stadium today. He will be laid to rest at his Kabarak home tomorrow. Moi passed away on 3rd February 2020 at 95 years. He ruled Kenya from 1978 up to 2002 when he handed power to Mwai Kibaki, Kenya's third president. Moi was always seen holding a rungu, a traditional symbol of leadership, mimicked by the man in the photo, and held it in the same position whenever the National Anthem was played. #TheFinalSalute #RIPMoi
I met Tim once, in 2014, during a #OnetouchLive trip to #Amboseli. I didn't think much of him then. Only later did I know he was such a big deal because of his big tusks. The news of his passing on yesterday is also a big deal. Happy that it was due to old age, not poaching. Tim was 50. #RIPTim
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