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More personal ‘thank you’ banners to our donors – River Gambia Expedition

So many of your made this expedition possible – with your participation in ‘An Exchange’ and the Kickstarter campaign – in exchange for donations we offered Jason Floiro’s limited edition fine photography art prints, taken whilst on the River Gambia … Continue reading

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Latest new series of images from Jason Florio: River Gambia Expedition: One river, two borders, three countries

To see more of Florio’s River Gambia Expedition – a new series of images – please visit his website: floriophoto.com We have so many more photos and road and river stories to share, from three months of travelling in three … Continue reading

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More personal thanks from West Africa to those who made the River Gambia Expedition possible

Our way of saying thanks to all those who made the River Gambia Expedition possible – with your participation in ‘An Exchange’ and the Kickstarter campaign. For that, we have been immensely humbled by your support and unprecedented generosity. Thank … Continue reading

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More personal thanks from our River Gambia Expedition – to those who made it possible

  Check our our ‘rolling blog of thanks’ page – we still have more to come. So, if you don’t see your name yet, hold on, we just got back and we have a lot of images to go through. … Continue reading

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Personal thanks – from The Florios, on the River Gambia Expedition – to all those who made the journey possible

For every single one of you who made the River Gambia Expedition possible…without your support, it would not have been possible for us to make the journey to document the lives of those who live and work along one of … Continue reading

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BIG THANKS to just a few of our donors…more pics to come as we traverse the River Gambia, W Africa

    Again, BIG BIG thanks to everyone for their support. We would not be able to do this otherwise. More ‘thank you’ images coming soon as! We miss you all!! Big Love H & Flo xx       … Continue reading

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8 and a bit days to go on Kickstarter – and just a hare’s breath away from reaching our target!

  River Gambia Expedition – 1000km source to sea African odyssey  

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‘What’s in the bag, Jason Florio?’ The first person to guess correctly and promise a Kickstarter pledge for…

…$50.00, instead of the ‘reward’ pledge of  $100.00 for a 8×10″, will get a limited edition, signed, fine art photography print – which usually retails at $175.00 in the gallery – from multi award-winning photographer, Jason Florio. If you can … Continue reading

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Kickstarter Campaign – Deadline 15th Oct 2012: The River Gambia Expedition – A Journey of Photography & Culture

‘The River Gambia Expedition – 1000km source to sea African odyssey’: Following the length of one of Africa’s last free-flowing major rivers – the River Gambia’ We are on the final leg of raising funds for the River Gambia Expedition!! We … Continue reading

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2009 West Africa Expedition -Youtube: Jason Florio photographs Gambian village chiefs, The Gambia

From our 2009 expedition ‘A Short Walk in the Gambian Bush – a 930km African odyssey’, we shot this footage when we stayed with Alkalo (village chief) Landing Jammeh of Khalaji village – who can be seen in the video … Continue reading

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