10 Years, 28 Countries: 2009

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Continuing this photographic reflection of 10 years of work related travel. In 2009 I only made one trip, to Cameroon. I attended a workshop in Yaounde and then took a trip to the southern border region with Equatorial Guinea, to a national park called Campo Ma’an along the Campo River, which forms the border. This was my first trip to Cameroon.

Fruit bats at dusk. Yaounde, Cameroon
Fruit bats at dusk. Yaounde, Cameroon

Fruit bats in evening sky, Yaounde, Cameroon.
Fruit bats in evening sky, Yaounde, Cameroon.
Campo Ma'an National Park, Cameroon.
Campo Ma’an National Park, Cameroon.
"I protect wildlife. I don't eat bushmeat."
“I protect wildlife. I don’t eat bushmeat.”
Derelict boat on Campo River, Cameroon.
Derelict boat on Campo River, Cameroon.
Campo River, Cameroon.
Campo River, Cameroon.
Fallen trees blocking a road into the forest, Campo Ma'an National Park, Cameroon.
Fallen trees blocking a road into the forest, Campo Ma’an National Park, Cameroon.
Atlantic Ocean beach near Kribi, Cameroon.
Atlantic Ocean beach near Kribi, Cameroon.
Atlantic Ocean at the Gulf of Guinea, near Kribi, Cameroon.
Atlantic Ocean at the Gulf of Guinea, near Kribi, Cameroon.
Dugout fishing canoe near Kribi, Cameroon.
Dugout fishing canoe near Kribi, Cameroon.
Equatorial Guinea viewed from Cameroon bank of Campo River.
Equatorial Guinea viewed from Cameroon bank of Campo River.
Forest of Equatorial Guinea seen from Campo River.
Forest of Equatorial Guinea seen from Campo River.
Lace mushroom, Dipikar Island, Cameroon.
Lace mushroom, Dipikar Island, Cameroon.
Abandoned Dodge WC-51 truck in an overgrown rubber plantation. Dipikar Island, Cameroon.
Abandoned Dodge WC-51 truck in an overgrown rubber plantation. Dipikar Island, Cameroon.
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6 thoughts on “10 Years, 28 Countries: 2009”

  1. Great shots! Would you add your photos of straw-coloured fruit bats (Eidolon helvum) as a citizen-science observation to the AfriBats project on iNaturalist?:
    http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/afribats

    AfriBats will use your observations to better understand bat distributions and help protect bats in Africa.

    Please locate your picture on the map as precisely as possible to maximise the scientific value of your records.

    Many thanks!

    Like

  2. Great shots! Would you add your photos of straw-coloured fruit bats Eidolon helvum) as a citizen-science observation to the AfriBats project on iNaturalist?:
    http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/afribats

    AfriBats will use your observations to better understand bat distributions and help protect bats in Africa.

    Please locate your picture on the map as precisely as possible to maximise the scientific value of your records.

    Many thanks!

    Liked by 1 person

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