Photo of the Day: Young boy in his canoe on the River Gambia, Senegal. Image by Jason Florio

River Gambia – source-to-sea December 2012 – January 2013 –  My wife, Helen Jones-Florio, and I co-led the first recorded source-to-sea expedition by canoe along the 1130km length of River Gambia, from its humble source in the remote highlands of Guinea, through Senegal and into The Gambia where it widens to nearly 14km and exitsContinue reading “Photo of the Day: Young boy in his canoe on the River Gambia, Senegal. Image by Jason Florio”

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Resonate Magazine – Photo essay: A SOURCE-TO-SEA CANOE JOURNEY ALONG RIVER GAMBIA

From December 2012 to January 2013, Jason Florio and Helen Jones-Florio co-led the first recorded source-to-sea expedition by canoe along the 1130 km length of River Gambia. The two traced the river from its humble source in the remote highlands of Guinea through Senegal and into The Gambia, where it widens to nearly 14 kmContinue reading “Resonate Magazine – Photo essay: A SOURCE-TO-SEA CANOE JOURNEY ALONG RIVER GAMBIA”

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National Geographic Travel: Jason Florio ‘How I Got The Shot’

National Geographic Travel: Jason Florio – ‘How I Got The Shot’. In his photo story for the January/February 2022 issue, travel photographer Jason Florio followed the winding course of The Gambia River. Here’s how he captured this (one of his images) riparian nation’s endangered red colobus monkeys. NatGeo: What were the challenges at play?  Initially,Continue reading “National Geographic Travel: Jason Florio ‘How I Got The Shot’”

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Photo of the Day: Boys playing football on a hillside, Kigali, Rwanda. MIT Technology Review.

Photo of the Day: Boys playing football on a hillside, Kigali, Rwanda. From an assignment for MIT Technology Review – ‘Lake Kivu’s Great Gas Gamble’. Image by Jason Florio / Words by Jonathan W.Rosen. See more images from the assignment floriophoto.com Jason Florio is currently in the UK For assignment queries, photography prints, and image licensing – Contact here

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