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Index of photographs

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This is an index to all the photographs used on the site. The pictures you see here are thumbnails - click on them to see a bigger version.

I have noted the names of the copyright holders with the pictures themselves. Most images have been cropped and colour balanced. All were taken on 35mm film. My photographs were taken on a disposable panoramic camera from Boots the Chemists - £8 to buy, another £8 to develop 15 frames - not bad, eh?



The snows of Kilimanjaro

McMoody's
©1998 Daniel Ninan
McMoody's: Arusha's answer to McDonald's.
Dave and Jane
©1998 Paul Roberts
The Saddle
©1998 Gavin Koh
Paul the camera man
©1998 Joanna Mason
Dave and Jane looking glamorous. On the saddle, between Kibo and Mawenzi peaks. Paul capturing a photo opportunity.


Cricketers
©1998 Joanna Mason
Paul having a piss on the slopes of the mountain
©1998 Mark Saunders
Dan (right) and I, made up like cricketers. Paul relieving himself on the slopes of Kilimanjaro.


Sunrise at the crater rim
©1998 Paul Roberts
Ice cliff at Kibo
©1998 David Hargreaves
Stunning sunrise at the crater rim. The rising sun illuminates an ice cliff at Kibo.


Abominable snowmen
©1998 Paul Roberts
Emerging from the blizzard.


Descent
©1998 Gavin Koh
Waterfall
©1998 Paul Roberts
Descending Kibo, with Mawenzi in the background. The ground is a great deal steeper than it looks! Descending back to the base of the mountain through lush equatorial rainforest.

On safari

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater
©1998 Gavin Koh
The panorama of the Ngorongoro Crater. This is my effort to graft together two panoramic photos (left and right).

Buffalo
©1998 Paul Roberts
Gazelles
©1998 Mark Saunders
Ostrich
©1998 Paul Roberts
Buffalo looking bored. Thompson's Gazelles grazing. A male ostrich looking purposeful.


Lionesses
©1998 Jane Whittaker
Zebra
©1998 Paul Roberts
Baby zebra
©1998 Joanna Mason
Lionesses basking in the sun. A zebra showing off its stripes. A baby zebra lying on the road ahead of us.

Serengeti

Cheetah
©1998 Paul Roberts
Wildebeest as far as the eye can see
©1998 Paul Roberts
Lionesses basking
©1998 Paul Roberts
A cheetah surveying the Serengeti Plains. Wildebeest as far as the eye can see, covering the African plains. A male lion resting in the tall grass.


Vultures
©1998 Paul Roberts,
©1998 David Hargreaves
The minivan
©1998 Joanna Mason
Vultures gather around the decaying carcass of a wildebeest. The gang on safari.

Olduvai Gorge

Olduvai Gorge
©1998 Joanna Mason

Olduvai Gorge, made famous by the Leakeys' archaeological discoveries, which helped illuminate human evolution.

Tarangire

Baobab trees
©1998 Paul Roberts
Baobab trees


Baby elephant and mother
©1998 Mark Saunders
Bull elephant
©1998 Paul Roberts
Giraffes
©1998 Paul Roberts
A baby elephant grazes behind its mother. A bull elephant threatens to charge the minibus. Giraffes pausing to look at us.



The island paradise of Zanzibar

Stone Town
©1998 Gavin Koh
Dhows
©1998 Joanna Mason
me!
©1998 Natasha Kennedy
The view approaching Stone Town in the ferry. The tall building is the former palace of the Sultans of Oman. Dhows sailing into Stone Town. This is my new favourite picture of myself. It doesn't show my face!
Taken at the Africa House bar in Stone Town.


Storm abrewing
©1998 Joanna Mason
Storm clouds over Stone Town.
The photograph was touched up by Paul Roberts. (The original is here.)


Nungwi by day
©1998 Gavin Koh
The gang on the beach
©1998 David Hargreaves
We spent one glorious week at Nungwi beach, on the northern tip of the island of Zanzibar. The gang doing their thing.


Nungwi at sunset
©1998 Gavin Koh
Dhow at sunset
©1998 Joanna Mason
The last frame in my roll of film. Nungwi beach at sunset. A dhow framed with the sun.


Dan wearing WAR paint!
©1998 Natasha Kennedy
Gavin lazing
© 1998 Joanna Mason
Dan Ninan wearing Emmanuel colours. Me lazing on the beach.



©1998 Natasha Kennedy

©1998 David Hargreaves
At the beach after the "Spice Tour". Jane the supermodel.



Pirate Pie
©1998 Joanna Mason
Mark with a piratical gleam in his eye.



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