This is a small collection of black and white photos taken in The Gambia, mostly in and around Footsteps Lodge.
Nice low bridge in Abuko Nature Reserve, The Gambia. Just keep an eye out for crocs!
This is known locally as the ‘Elephant Tree’ and from this particular angle it really does look like the head of one of these giant mammals. It is located at Lamin Lodge, which is situated along the River Gambia.
Cheaper and probably more reliable than mechanical means on this type of terrain.
Agriculture accounts for 23% of gross domestic product (GDP) and employs 75% of the labour force in the Gambia, and within agriculture, fishing accounts for around 1.8%.
The dry season, and watering is very much a necessity.
A group coming back from the fields.
A couple of recordings of drummers drumming during a barbecue at Footsteps Eco Lodge in Gunjur, The Gambia.
You find them everywhere…Real Madrid fans. I met these two on a forest footpath near Gunjur village, The Gambia. Ronaldo, naturally, was their favourite player.
This youngster decided to get his toy truck and help out clearing away the leaves.