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Old 09-25-2018   #1
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Madagascar 2018

Ok, sorry for the mixup with double threads. I was having issues months back with logging in, made a new name and left it logged in on Firefox. Recently, switched to Firefox, and thought I had switched. Oops!

Anyway, my wife and I went to Madagascar in May of this year. I am finally getting down to writing about it and posting it. let me know what you think.

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interesting read, thanks.
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Wonderful. Such a great place for photographs. I'd go back in a heartbeat.

That 3rd image has a really great feeling to it. What were you shooting with?
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Wonderful. Such a great place for photographs. I'd go back in a heartbeat.

That 3rd image has a really great feeling to it. What were you shooting with?
It was a good trip, I would probably go other places first before going back here, though. I'd do that canoe trip again in a heartbeat, though.

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Ah, was guessing maybe a FujiGF! Love the look of that on color film.

Just saw some reports that the unrest and violence from the north may be moving south. Some recent attacks in Antananarivo. That’s a city I would have liked to been able to explore more. We were mostly in the parks and villages south of there last year.

What’s next on your wish list?
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Ah, was guessing maybe a FujiGF! Love the look of that on color film.

Just saw some reports that the unrest and violence from the north may be moving south. Some recent attacks in Antananarivo. That’s a city I would have liked to been able to explore more. We were mostly in the parks and villages south of there last year.

What’s next on your wish list?
I haven't heard any of that, but my wife was more in-tune to what was going on there. I just went along for the ride.

Next on my wishlist? That is a tough one. The next trip we haven't bought tickets for is a drive from Johannesburg to the Skeleton Coast through Botswana and Zimbabwe. But We are going to Jordan in 3 weeks, Finland in January, and Tibet in April.
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Great pics and it seems like you had a great trip

Keep up your excellent work
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"Baobab and some locals"

Love that pic. Great stuff Hogarth!
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This post really gained no traction, but I did finish the second part and third part on my blog if anyone would like to read it.



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Thanks very much for the excellent pictures, and for your fine writing.
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This post really gained no traction, but I did finish the second part and third part on my blog if anyone would like to read it.
That is unfortunate. Both the photos and the writing are excellent, and the place is beautifully unspoiled and little visited.

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This post really gained no traction, but I did finish the second part and third part on my blog if anyone would like to read it.



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Such a shame, it is so good!
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This is an awesome port overall. Thank you for the beautiful images. They take us deeply into the place and culture.
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