listen to africa

an audio adventure through africa


Gallery

Photographs from the two year Listen to Africa cycling / sound recording expedition, passing through 30-odd African countries.


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All galleries:

Guinea-Bissau and Guinea (Conakry)
Travels through Guinea-Bissau and Guinea (Conakry).

Faces of the Bijagos
Faces from the Bijagos archipelago, Guinea-Bissau.

The Gambia
Landscapes, portraits and wildlife from our ten weeks in Senegal.

Senegal
Landscapes, portraits and wildlife from our ten weeks in Senegal.

Cycling across the Sahara
A few of our favourite photographs from our ten weeks in the Sahara.

The Maghreb in Monochrome
A bike’s eye view of the westernmost part of the Maghreb – through Morocco and Western Sahara.

Southern Morocco (Essaouira to Sidi Ifni)
Photography from our cycle down the Atlantic coast of southern Morocco, from Essaouira to Sidi Ifni.

Northern Morocco (Tangier to Essaouira)
Photography from our cycle down the Atlantic coast of northern Morocco, from Tangier to Essaouira.

Fantasia
Fantasia, a traditional celebration of horsemanship (and, more recently, horsewomanship), which we stumbled across in Morocco.

Slow boat to Africa
Photographs from the 36-hour ferry journey that took us from Sète in France to Tangier in Morocco.

France, 2009
Photographs from Brittany, the Atlantic coast, Aquitaine and the Midi-Pyrenees in France, at the start of the expedition.

Homes for the night
A work in progress: photographs of places we stay in throughout the journey.

Galleries from previous Africa journeys:

Namibian wildlife, 2006 (Huw) – Namibian wildlife, mostly in and around Namibia’s Etosha Pan.

Kaokoland, Namibia, 2006 (Huw) – Kaokoland, a remote region in northern Namibia and home to the nomadic Himba people.

Senegal, 2003 (Huw) – Taken during a circular cycling trip around Senegal and The Gambia in West Africa.

South Africa, 2002 (Bex) – Taken in the Great Karoo, South Africa after a London to Cape Town cycling trip in 2001/2.

Morocco, 2006 (Bex) – Photographs from a previous trip to Africa (Bex, 2006, Morocco).