IT'S THE PICTURE

I've always fancied myself as a photographer. It's the glamorous end of the business. Images are almost invariably more telling than words. I have a huge admiration for photographers who follow conflicts. As Robert Cappa said: " If your pictures aren't good enough. You're not close enough".  Which, of course, also happens to be true of reporters. 

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Western Cambodia 1981

Vietnamese troops after the invasion

to oust Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge

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Seagulls: Mozambique

Illegal teak loggers

Central Myanmar 2008

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Lion: Kruger National Park

South Africa. January 2014

Cuba: 2017

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ETHIOPIA 2020

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THE DANAKIL DESERT WHERE TEMPERATURES REACH 50C

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We travelled by road from Addis Ababa to the northernmost province of Tigray and then to Danakil desert, the lowest point below sea level in Africa. From there we went to Djibouti. 

The burning heart of Ethiopia. 

Charging elephant Gonarezhou Park Zimbabwe

Baby zebra Gonarezhou Zimbabwe

Waiting for the menfolk to bring in the catch southern Mozambique

Charging elephant Gonarezhou Park Zimbabwe

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From Harare to Gonarezhou Park southern Zimbabwe then on to Mozambique 2019