A new wildlife photography book explores the Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania, one of the last great wildernesses in Africa.
Photographer Robert J Ross spent four years on safari in Tanzania. Four years navigating and documenting the huge but little-known Selous Game Reserve – Africa’s largest and oldest protected area, a place bigger than Switzerland, which has the most remarkable and diverse ecosystem. It teems with wildlife. Elephants, lions, buffalo, in great numbers.
The Selous: A Long Way from Anywhere
by Robert J Ross
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