Man Who Escaped Rwandan Genocide As Child Now Finds Peace Through Photographing Squirrels

A man who escaped the Rwandan genocide as a child now finds peace through photographing squirrels.In 1990, Niki Colemont was 4 when he & his sister fled to Belgium as refugees. Now, at 34, Niki is able to find inner peace by photographing squirrels. He explains: “I was looking through the window when I saw a little bird flying out of the nest searching for food, from that moment I knew that I wanted to do more in nature photography." “When I am in nature, I don't think about troubles, spending time in the wild is one of the best therapies you can have.”