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COLOR MY TRAVELS

When I think of the places I’ve been, I think not of the places I’ve seen, but of the colors of those places preserved in my photographs. BLUE:  A storm over the great lagoon of Rangiroa in the Tuamotu Archipelago. RED:  A man and his car in … Continue reading

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MR. JUMA’S LUNCH BOX – was the size of a Zanzibar chest!

  Mr.Juma is an octopus fisherman living on Mafi’a Island, a low, coralline island lying in the Indian Ocean off Tanzania. To support his family, he earns a few shillings by taking the occasional tourist out in his wooden pirogue. … Continue reading

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