Or you could say Talc trash…
Here is a somewhat grizzly series of photos depicting the aftermath of what appears to be an elephant having been recently hit by a train and subsequently stripped of its […]
Parkia bicolor is a fairly large tree, growing up to 40 m. It’s native range spans from Guinea and Sierra Leone east to eastern DR Congo, and south through Gabon […]
Here’s a satellite image of where I am now in Libreville, Gabon. I have some photos to upload here from the past few weeks, which I will do as soon […]
Here are some images from Regent’s Park in London. I was working in London over the past few days this week. I have some photos from a visit to […]
Here’s a photo of Erythroxylum mannii, a medium sized tree found along the savanna edge and in the Marantaceae forests of Lope reserve in Gabon. E. mannii can grow up […]
Here are some photos of a Gabonese mushroom species, which was being gathered for consumption by some guides I was collecting seeds with in Lope National Park. Bears some resemblance […]
This is Omphalocarpum procerum I photographed in Gabon. The tree is a West African member of the Sapotaceae family, growing up to 20 m in height. The round fruit, born […]
There are number of different varieties of Tabernanthe iboga, here are some photos of two I photographed yesterday with a longer fruit then I had seen previously. If you’re interested […]
My apologies, I haven’t had the opportunity to post for a while as I was away internet/computer contact… a pleasant respite… Here are a few images (below) more to come…
I am the blue dot…
A friend sent these photos of a tree in his yard in Gabon, wondering if I could help him ID it. Looks similar to G. tinctoria (Gamboge, Guttiferaceae) to me, […]
Remarkably regular fractures in this natural rock formation on the beach in Gabon.
Or you could say Trash Talc…. Click individual photos to enlarge.