Carpe Diem – life is quite frankly too bloody short!

  Life is full of surprises… sadly, not all of them good. Before you know what’s happening, without any warning, a curveball the size of a Hereford Bull hits you – WHUMPH! – and literally knocks you flat on your back and suddenly, holy cow, you can’t get up again! Which is exactly what hasContinue reading “Carpe Diem – life is quite frankly too bloody short!”

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Machete Boy, traditional masquerades, The Gambia, West Africa

  ‘The three boys turned up with a couple of rice sacks, a bunch of leafy branches, and what looked like a few scraps of bright red fabric. Within half an hour, they were transformed into Kankurangs, and  fully in character – jiggling branches, menacingly clashing machetes together… ‘ Read more here   Related Posts:Continue reading “Machete Boy, traditional masquerades, The Gambia, West Africa”

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Looking back: Gambian photography students learn the art of portraiture with Jason Florio

I just had a conversation with one of my sisters, who told me that my young nephew is about to study photography at school, and that his first powerpoint was going to be about my co-instigator in all things photography (from our expeditions – photography workshops), Jason Florio.  Looking back, for links on here thatContinue reading “Looking back: Gambian photography students learn the art of portraiture with Jason Florio”

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Thursday Photo: Laundry on the fence, overlooking the River Gambia, West Africa

Taken whilst on the ‘River Gambia Expedition – 1044km source-sea African odyssey‘, with Jason Florio.

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