Illustrating African Folktales of the Congo Basin in Photographs

“The Rainbow Python“

The Story Tree from “Stories of Tees and Tree of Stories“

“The Mole and The Sun“

The Odzala-Kokoua National
Park is the crown jewel of the Congo Basin— one of the largest, oldest, most
intact preserves that has never been logged, or overexploited by poachers and
hunters. In an age where the natural landscape is disappearing at a tragic
rate, this corner of the world is one of the last major blocks of the African
forest.

Located in the Republic of
Congo, just north of the equator, Odzala is 1,360,000 hectares in size and home
to numerous habitats that make it an ideal home to the Kota, Mboko, Mongom,
Bakola, Kwélé, and Ba’aka Autochthons. The low population density helps the
lanscape maintain itself, and those who do live here…


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