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    Sep '20

    Marco’s Backside…of Africa

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    Here’s Africa from an angle you’ve never seen before…or maybe you have, if you’ve ever found yourself confronting the south end of a north-facing animal. We are drawn to photograph the striking profiles, noble visages, and mighty antlers of fauna we encounter. But after all, those features only make up half the creature. Here with the rest of the story, from his own unique perspective, is guide and videographer Marco Tonoli.

7 Comments on Marco’s Backside…of Africa

    Jean Wick says:

    Thank you Marco, fun to see those backsides. And nice to see you!

    Patti Malloy says:

    That was fascinating!! I never looked at the back side. Always figured I lost the photo opportunity. Won’t despair again. Thanks so much. Happy fall to the Tonoli’s.

    Angela Turnbull says:

    Lovely to see your face & hope you & your family are keeping well.
    Thanks for the interesting information about the backside.
    Hope won’t be long we will get to see the animals backside again.

    Barbie Gibson says:

    I have seen all those animals backsides, but never gave it a second thought. Thanks for sharing…rather intriguing and enjoyable.

    Gary Krosin says:

    BRILLIANT! Indeed, the “cup is always at least half full!”

    Ronald A. Enlow says:

    Hi Marco, hope you got an “A” on that course. Great job and now I have another photo opportunity!
    Hope to see you soon.

    Karen Hoffman says:

    Love the concept! During our first trip to Africa, I found that I had lots of photos of backsides – and started taking them on purpose. I now have a couple of albums of “Tails of Africa”!

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