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Fred Hoogervorst, Professional Nature- Environment and Travel Photographer, based in Gouda, the Netherlands.
The subjects focussed on, chosen either by personal initiative or by assignments, include tropical rainforests, African wildlife, coastal environments, Sahel desert and also remarkable area's like Island, Borneo, French Guiana, Seychelles, Uganda, Indonesia, Antarctica and more .... Based in Mozambique, Kenya, Tanzania, Bangladesh and Trinidad&Tobago, in earlier years yielded in a wide range of images from Sundarbans, Kruger, Amboseli, Masai Mara and Serengeti, the Caribbean and Indian Ocean coastal area's.
Many series of images showcast his sincere involvement with nature conservation, wildlife and livelihoods of people.
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His photographic work is exhibited in a large number of museums and published widely in books, magazines, reports, newspapers, calendars and is in use on many websites.
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A former Portuguese colony, the Republic of Mozambique is situated on Southern Africa's largest coastal plain, occupying the south-eastern seaboard of Africa from the Rovuma river mouth to the South African border. It is bounded by Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Swaziland and by the Indian Ocean. Although most people still live in rural areas, urbanisation is increasing at a high rate. All of the major rivers tend to flood in the wet season, like the Zambezi, causing widespread damage to crops, roads, bridges, as well as losses of human life and livestock. Mozambique has an extensive coastline stretching over 2470 km. Corals form offshore reefs along about 30 % of the coastline.