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Photographer, Jason Florio: the source of the River Gambia, Fouta Djallon Highlands, Guinea-Conakry, West Africa

Random photo of the day: ‘The source of the River Gambia is surrounded – protected – by a low, red stone, wall. We entered through a tiny gap in the wall, into a copse of trees – Florio and I … Continue reading

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Photographs from the length of a mighty river, by Jason Florio: The River Gambia, West Africa

To see more from the River Gambia Expedition series by Jason Florio, please visit his website floriophoto.com

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Photographer, Jason Florio – hanging with the gold miners of Senegal, West Africa

Sunday December 16th – Sila Kounda, Senegal Starting from where we left in our last blog post about the River Gambia Expedition…we decided to spend a couple of days in the village, because there was a gold mine, Laminia, which … Continue reading

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Camping on the roof of the village chief’s compound, Sila Kounda, Senegal, West Africa

Sunday December 16th – Sila Kounda, Senegal – 21.45km I’m going to skip back a day or two, from our first major hippo encounter, to when we arrived at the village of Sila Kounda, paddling the canoes from our initial … Continue reading

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