Issue 40, 3 April 2015

Anton Crone (right) in Naboisho, Kenya

ANTON CRONE quit the crazy-wonderful world of advertising to travel the world, sometimes working, sometimes drifting. Along the way he unearthed a passion for Africa’s stories – not the sometimes hysterical news agency headlines we all feed off, but the real stories. Anton has a strong empathy with Africa’s people and their need to meet daily requirements, often in remote environmentally hostile areas co-habitated by Africa’s free-roaming animals. His journey brought him to Africa Geographic where he is now Editor in Chief, and custodian of Africa Geographic online magazine. Anton and the Africa Geographic crew went to Djuma Private Game Reserve to find out just what makes this luxury safari lodge so affordable in THE BIG FIVE FOR A SMALL PRICE.

Laurent Baheux-Kenya 2-960 x 804

LAURENT BAHEUX is a French photographer known for high contrast black and white photographs of nature and wildlife. Tight shots or misaligned, noise or grain, he explores every technique with the ultimate aim of honouring the subjects that he photographs. Baheux’s work on African wildlife is featured in art galleries worldwide and in awareness campaigns for conservation and environmental organisations including World Wildlife Fund (WWF), GoodPlanet Foundation, and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). He is a UNEP Goodwill Ambassador for the anti-poaching initiative with images being featured in the Wild and Precious international exhibition. This week Laurent’s distinct style graces your screens in A BLACK & WHITE PHOTO SAFARI.
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