Thank you for sharing this photograph. I have used it in my collection of "Equatorial Monuments Around the World" and have placemarked the locations in Google Earth by making a post in Google Earth Community Forums and have also made a similar post in my blog Travelogue of an Armchair Traveller.
Needless to say I have given due credit to you. Identifying the location was made easy by your picture.
The Travelogue is a non-profit ads free blog which I have created as a pastime and I do not derive any monetary benefit from it or from my posts in Google Earth Community Forums.
Jamal Masood (aka CuriousJM)
I am working on the editing and lay-out of a book for New Zealand author Richard Mayson entitled "Not so Silent", to be published later this year. He has also travelled in the Congo. I am writing to ask if we could include your photo of the trans-African highway in the book? We are printing only 200 copies of the book. It will be for sale and distribution in New Zealand and overseas. It will only be available as a paperback (not as an e-book or in any other digital form.) We would need a high resolution image of the photo to be able to print it. We would credit you of course. Anyway let me know what you think. Thanks.
White Stone Publishing
Hi. Not sure you're going to pick this up seven years later but have you seen 'The Land of Zinj' by Chauncy Hugh Stigand? On the google books website it has interesting extracts about the archipelago in the preview, including some of the history of Pate. I found it with a search 'boriti poles makuti roof', boriti being the mangrove pole used for building, makuti the palm frond thatch for the roof.
Matsch und Hoffnung, großartiges Bild!
Voll aus dem Leben! Mitten drin-Foto! Danke!
Beautiful picture. Greetings - Lech
Belíssimo trabalho,também passei por dificuldades na África !!! Cordiais saudações do Brasil.
Great backlight... nice shot!!
Greetings from Paraguay, Boettner
Very nice shot... very good composition!!
Beautiful composition... nice angle!