A month after disputed elections, ethnic violence continues to flare in Kenya - this time in the western town of Naivasha.
The violence - which broadly sets members of the Kikuyu tribe against Luo and Kalenjin tribe members - is replicating itself, as perpetrators try to avenge earlier attacks.
There has been little progress between the rival political parties - meanwhile the toll of dead and displaced continues to mount.
The security forces are present, but there have been complaints they are not acting strongly enough to stop the killings.
Some of the most recent violence has been in Nakuru, also in the western Rift Valley. Survivors of machete attacks tell of the horror of their ordeals.
Others have lost their homes in the violence, which analysts suggest may be fuelled in part by competition over land and resources.
This policeman is taking a break from the grim task of unloading charred bodies at the mortuary in Nakuru.
Amid a political vacuum, more Kenyans are taking up arms - threatening a descent into further violence.