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Lin Cassidy - Maun Scientist
Lin Cassidy, PhD Social-Ecologist and Land Change Scientist Much of what guides my life is a desire to find balance: between heavenly and earthly aspects of the world, between work and play, between the technology that supports my work and the nature that i...
Lin Cassidy - Maun Scientist
Lin Cassidy - Maun Scientist
maun360botswana.blogspot.com
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Michael Howard Smith – Artist
Mike Smith - Artist “While walking the back streets of
Maun I came upon a pool table placed in the shade of a palm tree. The
taxi drivers were using the shade as a meeting place and killing time
playing pool. I decided to make a painting of the scene and le...
Michael Howard Smith – Artist
Michael Howard Smith – Artist
maun360botswana.blogspot.com
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about Maun360
Maun360 is a Ngamiland based visual journal, produced by photographer Stuart James Arnold.
Think of Maun360 as a community newspapers photo department. containing images of people and events in Ngamiland in the North-West of Botswana. It's a simple concept of sharing information. We are the people, businesses and events that make up Maun village and surrounding areas.

It's an online visual journal, seeking to explore Maun, the Okavango Delta and Ngamiland. We are serving up the interesting bits in quick-hit bites. One or two photos and an extended caption and you're out the door.
We're always happy if you stop by the site for a visit. But you can easily set up Maun360 to be automatically sent to you via RSS, email or Twitter by using the links at the bottom of any page.

And if you are on Twitter, please follow us. It is a very low-impact stream. We'll let you know whenever a new entry goes up, but we won't subject you to endless retweets and Twitter memes. More important, we can always use another set of eyes in the field to let us know about items of interest. The best way is via email.

And your retweets and Facebook "Likes" are greatly appreciated. That's pretty much the only way others find out about the site.

Lastly, thanks for dropping in. The more people know about their community, the better it is for everyone.
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so glad to see you're still at it Pete, many rolls have passed since we met in the early 90's ... great effect by the way LoL
"How do you get that effect?"
"How do you get that effect?"
peteslandscape.blogspot.com
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X5 on Order
Location photography is a very
demanding discipline in Africa, we have harsh light and lots of it,
our golden hour is closer to 15 minuets, our sunrise or sunset is
over just as quickly. But when the magic happens its all worth while,
in amongst all the tre...
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Shooting The Gatekeeper
Following our
meetings in Maun our first trip to Laroo La Tau lodge was to
interview possible leads for our 'tourism impact on community' film,
at this stage we had three possibilities to run with, first up was
was a lady that had worked her way up from hou...
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