<![CDATA[Fred Hoogervorst RSS]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/ Wed, 23 Apr 2014 19:31:44 +0000 Zend_Feed en http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss <![CDATA[Gallery: Tropical Rainforests]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/6/tropical-rainforests/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/6/ Tropical Rain Forests containing more than half of the world's species of plants and animals and conserve biodiversity. The forests are being destroyed at a rapid scale. Timber exploitation, forest fires, oil palm plantations, cattle farming, hunting, population growth and mining all contribute greatly to deforestation and loss of biodiversity.

websites: www.tropenbos.org, http://rainforest.mongabay.com

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean.]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/8/trinidad-and-tobago-caribbean/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/8/ Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean Island State.

This twin island nation in the west indies is home of carnival, calypso, soca, steel pan and unspoiled nature, rainforests, swamps and marshes, coral reefs and tropical beaches. Trinidad covers less than 5000 square km, Tobago just 300, and is one of the richest destinations in the region for eco-tourism, wetlands and the coast, harbouring exotic wildlife like tropic bird, macaw, pelicans and the national bird, scarlet ibis. Over 425 species of birds have been recorded, a caribbean birders paradise. Five  species of sea turtles lay there eggs on local beaches, also the largest of them, the giant leatherback turtle.

www.gotrinidadandtobago.com 

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Kenya, Amboseli National Park]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/10/kenya-amboseli-national-park/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/10/ Amboseli lies in Kenya, north west of Mt. Kilimanjaro, East Africa, on the border with Tanzania. The Park covers 390.26 sq. km. Large concentrations of wildlife occur here in the dry season, like the African Elephants, estimated at approximately 1500, making Amboseli an important conservation area. The future of Amboseli Elephants is based on sound knowledge and awareness; elephant research, conservation, training and community outreach work can only be ensured through generous donations from concerned persons around the world.

Information: http://www.elephanttrust.org and www.kws.go.ke

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Kenya, Masai Mara National Reserve]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/14/kenya-masai-mara-national-reserve/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/14/ The Masai Mara National Reserve takes up only four percent of the whole Serengeti Ecosystem; still it covers 1672 square kilometres. The altitude ranges from 1500 to 2170 meter above sea level. In this open rolling plains landscape the East African savannah with acacia thickets and yellow fever trees, scarcely scattered over the extent, a blend of green, yellow and even reddish pastures, a vivid and abundant wildlife is found. Most of the existing mammal species and the largest populations of the remaining big mammal species live here and amongst them there are over eighty subspecies of herbivores. Seasons vary only in their dry and wet conditions. The red oat grass- "Themeda triandra", dominates the scenery, giving the savannah it's golden glow and giving the tourists, which have returned home from here, the most fervid reminiscence to cherish. "The Mara" that the world talks about extends byond the confines of the MMNR. It stretches from the Bardamat Hills in the East to the Oloololo Escarpment in the West, and from the Mara River in the North to the Sand River in the South. It covers an area outside the Reserve boundaries equal in size to the area protected within the Reserve.                                               

The reserve is owned by and also being managed by the Masai authorities, the Narok County Council and Mara Conservancy. However, there are many threats to the existence of the reserve. There are the uncontrolled fires, the many safari mini busses with tourists, taken for off the road driving - for it pays to show the clients the "Big Five"close by, and the drivers salary is shallow. Another important share of the threatening conditions is constituted by the grazing cattle of the Masai tribe, the cattle is moving illegally inside the reserve, not only during dry seasons. The overgrazing by these huge herds of cattle, endanger the migration of the hundreds of thousands wildebeests and zebra's too. Also, overgrazing by the cattle herds leaves too little food for the small game, so this abandons the area rapidly, and that again, causes problems for the big game and the feline predators: they don't find enough prey animals left in their domain. Besides all that, the Masai still tend to kill lions, leopards and cheetahs, threatening their families and livestock; but also without this reason for self-defence, the young Masai warriors kill game, most especially lions, to prove their manliness. It is the common feeling that only after having killed a lion, an adolescent male becomes a man and is held in high regard. So a Lion is the pre-eminently trophy of his hunting prowl. The beautiful cheetah faces an insecure future. To be able to observe and enjoy, the breath taking power and flexibility that emanate from these animals and to watch what they show off of these virtues in this brilliant landscape, is a great privilege for anyone who is willing to devote himself to the cause of the preservation of this unique setting and the ultimate reward for his efforts.

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<![CDATA[Gallery: South Africa, Kruger National Park]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/15/south-africa-kruger-national-park/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/15/ KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, Nature Conservation in South Africa.

Kruger is widely known to be one of the best game-watching destinations in the world. The park covers nearly 2 million hectares and is characterized by the combination of open grasslands, savannahs, riverine areas, mopane landscape, shrub- and woodlands and the mountains within the territory. It is home to an impressive number of species: 336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians, 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 145 mammal species from the famous "big five" to the lesser species as e.g. squirrel and mongoose. There are some 12.000 elephants, 5.000 rhinos (black and white), 2.500 buffalo and 1.500 lions. Other inhabitants are some more "big cats" like leopard and cheetah, and carnivores as wild dog, jackal and spotted hyaena. The park is home too to some remarkable and well know animals like giraffe, zebra, hippo, crocodile, kudu, wildebeest and well over 20 species of antelope.

website: www.sanparks.orgwww.krugerpark.co.za, www.toursa.com

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Netherlands]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/24/netherlands/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/24/ Holland is a country that the Dutch created in the delta of three large rivers, flowing into the North Sea, where 70% of GPD is earned below sea level, where there used to be a lake almost two million acres wide where Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is today, where innovative and daring solutions for water control protect two thirds of the country from being permanently flooded, it earned the Netherlands a worldwide reputation.

http://www.holland.com                                                                                                                                  

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Mozambique]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/28/mozambique/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/28/ 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.

http://www.mozambiquetourism.co.za

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Bangladesh]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/29/bangladesh/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/29/ Through three mighty rivers, the Ganges, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna, the icy waters of the Himalaya mountain range and the down pour waters of the heavy monsoon rains in India and Bangladesh, flow into the Gulf of Bengal. Should the sea level, as a result of further climate changes, rise with one meter over the next fifty years, as is anticipated by the scientists, large parts of Bangladesh will be lost entirely.

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<![CDATA[Gallery: French Guiana, South America, Guianas]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/37/french-guiana-south-america-guianas/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/37/ French Guiana is an overseas region of France, bordering Brazil and Suriname and the Atlantic ocean. The majority of the population lives on the Atlantic Ocean coastal zone. The rainforest of French Guiana is still largely unexploited and sparsely populated. The Amazon forest of the Guiana Amazonian Park is a protected area, eco-tourism is increasing, boat trips on the Approuague and Comte rivers are an adventure.

http://www.tourisme-guyane.com, www.tresorrainforest.org, www.guianashield.org

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Suriname, South America, Guianas]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/42/suriname-south-america-guianas/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/42/ Suriname, South America, Guianas

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Curacao - Dutch Caribbean - Caribisch Nederland]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/45/curacao-dutch-caribbean-caribisch-nederland/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/45/ Caribisch Nederland.

Curacao, Independence Day 10-10-2010

 

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Bonaire - Dutch Caribbean - Caribisch Nederland]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/46/bonaire-dutch-caribbean-caribisch-nederland/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/46/ Bonaire - Dutch Caribbean, part of Kingdom of the Netherlands since 10-10-2010

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Kenya, Flamingo's in the Great Rift Valley lakes]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/54/kenya-flamingos-in-the-great-rift-valley-lakes/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/54/ FLAMINGO Paradise in the Kenyan Great Rift Valley lakes:

From Lake Nakuru National Park, the rift valley drops 900 meters on a 18 km descent to sweltering deserts and semi-deserts that mark Lake Bogoria National Reserve, north of the equator. The 34 km long saline and alkaline lake is a Ramsar site. It is situated on an altitude of between 1000 and 1600 meters with thermal steam jets and geysers boiling out of the rocky ground along its western shores, on its eastern shore is the wall of the Laikipia escarpment, 2440 meters high. Lake Bogoria, like Lake Nakuru and Lake Elmentaita, offers spectacular sights, you can watch a great bird show, when sometimes more than one million lesser and greater flamingos flock the area.

These areas are well worth to visit while on a Kenya (photo) safari.

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<![CDATA[Gallery: U.N. Millennium Development Goals 2015]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/55/un-millennium-development-goals-2015/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/55/ 8 UNITED NATIONS MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS for.... 2015.... PICTURES:

End Poverty  -  Universal Education  -  Gender Equality  -  Child Health  - 

Maternal Health  -  Combat HIV/AIDS  -  Environmental Sustainability  -  Global Partnership

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Elephant Encounters in East- and Southern Africa]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/56/elephant-encounters-in-east-and-southern-africa/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/56/ Elephant Encounters in Africa

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Mozambique, Artisanal Fishery]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/57/mozambique-artisanal-fishery/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/57/ Artisanal Fishery on the Indian Ocean coast of Mozambique

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<![CDATA[Gallery: African Big Cats]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/58/african-big-cats/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/58/ African Big Cats,  Cheetah  -  Leopard  -  Lion

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<![CDATA[Gallery: African Large Mammals: Buffalo and Rhinoceros]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/59/african-large-mammals-buffalo-and-rhinoceros/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/59/ African large mammals, Cape Buffalo - White and Black Rhinoceros

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Birds from East- and Southern Africa]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/60/birds-from-east-and-southern-africa/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/60/ Birds from East- and Southern Africa

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Giraffes, Gerenuk or Giraffe-necked Antelope and Okapi]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/61/giraffes-gerenuk-or-giraffenecked-antelope-and-okapi/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/61/ Giraffes,  Gerenuk or Giraffe-necked Antelope and Okapi, related to the Giraffe.

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<![CDATA[Gallery: African Antelopes]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/62/african-antelopes/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/62/ African Antelope Species

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Children of Africa]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/63/children-of-africa/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/63/ Children of Africa

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Kenya, Masai Mara, Annual Migration Picture Story]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/64/kenya-masai-mara-annual-migration-picture-story/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/64/ Kenya, Annual Migration Picture Story, Masai Mara National Reserve:

The world's largest migration of land mammals takes place in East Africa: the yearly migration of a giant herd of blue wildebeests, Connochaetres taurinus, and zebra's, from and to Tanzania and Kenya. The common wildebeest, a sturdy and hairy antilope species, of which adults will have accumulated well over 200 kilograms in weight, 1m.40 in height and 2m.40 in length, has a large and heavy looking head, adorned with a set of horns on both male and female alike. It has a long tale and it can live to an age of 12 years. Not without tremendous survival skills and a great deal of good luck, that is! The habitat for this grazing animal is the Serengeti/Mara-ecosystem of an approximately 29.000 square kilometers spread over Tanzanian and Kenyan territory. Together with some 250.000 zebra's, 60.000 buffalo's, 8.000 giraffes, 500.000 antelopes, 18.000 elands and 1.000 other species they are living in an area that might be the most abundant of animals on our planet. An estimated 1.3 million wildebeests live in this area. Within a fortnight 400.000 young are born annually in February, after the gestation period of eight months. On their feet and walking within the first five minutes, they make a head on start into their lives. For such a crowd there is not enough grass where they origin, water too goes rare, ending in a period of drought in May. So after a frantic mating season during the full moon time in June, still enjoying their good physical condition after having fed on the high grass for a full six month, most of them start moving towards the western Serengeti grounds. They follow the footsteps on the path of their ancestors that haved passed the western corridor for ages. The drought is apparent, but an approximate twenty kilometers a day are covered, whilst the water runs more scarcely. Every two to three days, they need to drink or they will succumb to thirst. Along with the migrating wildebeests, many predators follow the same path, finding secure and easy prey. Among the enemies of the wildebeests, next to lions and hyena's, are wild dogs, cheetah's, jackals and leopards. Another dangerous event during the migration is the crossing of the Grumeti River in the northwestern part of the Serengeti, where hundreds of Nile Crocodiles, up to six meters in length, are awaiting the crowd of prey animals. By nothing withholds the wildebeests to undertake their migration to the north, to the Masai Mara of Kenya, where the rich nutritious plains of the Masai Mara lure them to defy the dangers to reach their goal and linger there from August to November. Comes the time of the rains, in October, when the soil and pleasant plains change into a muddy and wet difficult base, they make up for their return to Tanzania. The second time around in their round trip travels they have to stand the challenge and the danger of crossing an other river. The Mara River at his time is already fuming after the excessive first rains, but again nothing will stop the wildebeests, enormous herds start crossing on various spots, by far not the easiest places to cross the furious river. The steep shores, the rapids, steep shores again, giant hurdles, and more over, here too the crocodiles just wait and enjoy them. Not only do they snap a crossing animal swimming out of line, they also feed on the hundreds of victims of the spectacular crossing. The struggling stampede down the shores and up again causes many death amongst the species. The dead float around and offer a good meal to the swimming predators. The feast is shared with vultures, hyena's, monitor lizards and even catfish. They help the river wash itself clean after the bloody and deadly affair. After the crossing, the surviving wildebeests have yet to cover another 200 kilometers before these "clowns of the Serengeti", showing us the meaning of their nick name, stumble and tumble around on their home grounds again.

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Women of Africa]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/66/women-of-africa/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/66/ African Women

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Agriculture - Farming - Food Production]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/68/agriculture-farming-food-production/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/68/ Agriculture, Farming, Food Security

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Mozambique - Indian Ocean Coast]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/70/mozambique-indian-ocean-coast/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/70/ Indian Ocean Coast near Ilha de Mozambique, Unesco World Heritage Site.

 

 

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Mozambique, Bazaruto Archipelago National Park]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/71/mozambique-bazaruto-archipelago-national-park/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/71/ Bazaruto Archipelago National Park, Mozambique.

Along the Mozambican Channel, opposite Vilankulo on the mainland, lie a chain of islands, some with fresh water lakes, home to many large crocodiles, on the tidal flats seabirds and flamingos.

The whole Bazaruto Archipelago is part of a conservation project and is a protected National Park, making it the only official marine reserve in the country. It attracts nature lovers and water sports enthusiasts, like scuba diving or snorkeling in the azure coloured waters around the many coral reefs.

For birding enthusiasts, more than 160 different birds have been identified in habitats varying from coastal dunes, open grasslands and numerous sandbanks along the unspoild sandy beaches.

The coral reefs are home to thousands of fish and coral and marine mammals species. The largest dugong population along the Eastern African coast can be found here, dolphin, hump back whales, whale sharks, manta and spotted eagle rays and different species of turtles.

 

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Tourism - Travel - Holidays]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/72/tourism-travel-holidays/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/72/ Tourism, Travel, Adventure, Safari, Holidays

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Kenya, Nature and Wildlife]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/74/kenya-nature-and-wildlife/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/74/ Kenya, Nature and Wildlife in the National Parks and Reserves

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Kenya, Masai Mara N.R., the birth of a TOPI]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/75/kenya-masai-mara-nr-the-birth-of-a-topi/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/75/ Kenya, Masai Mara National Reserve, the birth of a TOPI, Damaliscus jimela.

A trip in the Masai Mara, at the time of the short rains, on one of Octobers first days, I set off for the day. Slowly moving towards the Lower Mara Triangle, leaving the Oloololo Escarpment via the Kurao Plains. There are many Wildebeests, Eland, Burchell's Zebra's, Impala's and Thomson's Gazelles too. Amidst a small group of Topi's, a female is being chased off, at closer sight I see what is really going on: she is pregnant, or better yet, at the verge of giving birth, according to the small hoofs, peering out of her body! Appearantly the small herd of females is not eager to enlarge the risk of attracting predators such as cheetahs, lions, hyenas nor jackals and it forces the mum-to-be to take some distance to undertake her arduous task of delivery. The expecting female lingers on, than walks away firmly, leaving the small herd some hundred yards behind her. Every now and again she feeds on the high grass, watching the surroundings carefully, occasionally licking her behind and the already more and more protruding young. During half an hour at least, I follow in her footsteps, keeping distance. She lies down but she clearly doesn't feel comfortable as she tries hard to get into a different - more pleasant? - position. She gets up again and nevertheless still as an unexpected event, suddenly her offspring hangs down from her behind, before it lands on the soil. Instantly the mother turns to her young, she starts to lick it and she even eats parts of the membrane still covering the newly born calf. The young one, after its first minute, wet and vulnerable as it is, immediately initiates its first trials to get on its feet. Howerver, the legs are still weak and wobbly. The mother, pacing up and down, obviously bein on the alert for any possible danger, encourages her young with a tender push and a wet and warm lick regularly. Some ten minutes pass by, before the young Topi proudly stands on its legs. It's bright eyes look like the eyes of its mother, giving me a probing gaze and the little one already is probably being on the alert for any possible danger too. Than it is time to start its search for mothers milk. How sure it knows where to find its mothers nipples, approaching mum from behind, sideways from down under, and, after the first few sips, it soon drinks regularly of its mothers milk, without any hesitations what so ever as in where and how to find it. Within half an hour after its birth, the young Topi is gambolling and tumbling over and about alongside its proud mother, ready to meet with the relatives and to discover the world.

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Indonesia, Great Apes, the critical endangered Orangutan]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/76/indonesia-great-apes-the-critical-endangered-orangutan/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/76/ Indonesia, Sumatra and Borneo, Great Apes, the Orangutan.

Orangutans are large, quiet, gentle apes that live in South-East Asia, Borneo and Sumatra and live in trees inside primary tropical rainforests. Orangutans are in grave danger of extinction because their rainforest habitat, their house and home, is being converted for human use. The biggest threat is permanent agriculture in the form of palm oil plantations and, more recently, illegal logging within protected area's.

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Netherlands - Energy - Nederland - Energie]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/77/netherlands-energy-nederland-energie/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/77/ Netherlands, Renwable Energy, Solar- and Windenergy, Electric Car

Nederland, Herwinbare Energie, Zonne- en Windenergie, Electrische Auto

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Tanzania - Serengeti National Park]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/78/tanzania-serengeti-national-park/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/78/ Tanzania - Serengeti National Park

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Tanzania - East Africa]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/79/tanzania-east-africa/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/79/ Tanzania, East Africa

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<![CDATA[Gallery: South Africa - Kruger - Wildlife on the Road - Eco-Tourism]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/80/south-africa-kruger-wildlife-on-the-road-ecotourism/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/80/ South Africa, Kruger National Park, Wildlife on the Road  -  Eco-Tourism

Zuid Afrika, Kruger Nationaal Park, Dieren op de Weg -  Eco-Toerisme

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<![CDATA[Gallery: African Birds of Prey - Raptors]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/81/african-birds-of-prey-raptors/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/81/ East- and Southern Africa, Birds of Prey - Raptors

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Water]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/82/water/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/82/ Water

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<![CDATA[Gallery: Uganda]]> http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/83/uganda/ http://www.fredhoogervorst.com/gallery/83/ Uganda

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