Dirtydingus' FotoPage
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By: Francis Turner

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Sunday, 3-Aug-2003 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
More Safari Photos

Elephant taking a mud bath
Female Elephant
Elephant family group taking an evening drink
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Elephants taken at various reservations in Kenya and Tanzania. Hippos taken at Manyara in Tanzania


Saturday, 2-Aug-2003 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Safari Photos

Cheetah family
Mum gets up to look around
Cheetah mum goes for a stroll
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A long time ago (10 years next month to be exact) I went on a safari to Africa organized by the Financial Times. This was a first class effort guided by Iain Douglas-Hamilton and his wife Oria, both of "Save the Elephants" fame (http://www.save-the-elephants.org/) and I thoroughly recommend such a top of the line safari. Going to Africa is a pretty big thing for most of us anyway so it makes sense to pay that little bit extra and get expert guidance rather than paying less and getting little or no guidance. Trust me you really won't see many animals unless they are pointed out to you or the guide knows where to go and wandering around the place not seeing animals is tedious in the extreme.


Wednesday, 30-Jul-2003 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Our Cat - Inu

Inu in San Jose - Oct 1997
His favourite watch spot "chez nous"
Sunbathing
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Inu is Japanee for Dog. Either you are like me and find something amusing about having a cat called dog or you decide I'm seriously deranged. We got him when we lived in suburban Northern Califormia, but he settled down to life in slighty more rural France in days.


Tuesday, 29-Jul-2003 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
My wife the photographer

Preparing for the 2002 Tour de France in Luxemburg
Taking pictures by the river Go in Japan
Visitors to the exhibition in Kobe
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My wife is a keen photographer and far better at it that I am. I quite like taking pictures of her taking pictures....

She had an exhibition of her work in Kobe, Japan in June whcih was a great success and you can see some of here work on her webpage linked at the left.


Saturday, 26-Jul-2003 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
As an introduction I present our Mas Provencal

Roses, Cacti and the shutters of our "library"
Monring sunlight catches our vines
Morning sunlight shining through the olove
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We live about 10km inland from Cannes in a heavily restored farmhouse that is at least 200 years old surrounded by olive trees, fruit trees, cacti and flowers. The back garden (west facing) often gets amazing sunsets while (as you might expect) the east facing front garden gets beautiful morning sunrises.


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