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raboul active vulcano Papua New GuineaThere hasn’t been a lot written in press about Papua New Guinea. Maybe for the best. It’s out of this world, a place where you have to travel to without knowing too much. The colors speak for themselves, the expressions on the people’s faces too…

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  • Piet

    Amaai, ik ben onder de indruk, prachtige foto’s neem jij, ik was in Papua in 93 (toen in nog LP center had)en ben altijd blijven reizen, laatste vijf jaar continu , Zuid-afrika, Australië, Nieuw-zeeland, Hawaii enz. en laatste anderhalf jaar woonden we in Mexico. Goed te zien dat er nog Vlamingen graag op reis zijn, groeten, Piet en Marleen

  • Jan Hasselberg

    Hi Debbie and David
    I see you have photos of my friends! Did you take the pics of Luke and others at Tufi, or at the festival in Alotau? I’m presently writing a book about Tufi and I’m trying to find someone who photographed the Tufians at the ’09 Alotau show.

    Jan Hasselberg – Bergen, Norway

    PS: Loved your photos. Check some of my PNG pics on : http://www.flickr.com/photos/29122604@N05/sets/

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=555583897 David de Vleeschauwer

    dear Jan,
    I have to disappoint you, we were there end of 2008.
    Wild place though.

  • Anna Sima

    Hi David,
    These are most beautiful photographs. It must be a very interesting culture.
    I would like to travel to PNG this winter, probably entering from Irian Jaya. But I am a little hesitant as I read a lot about the dangers in towns. Will see.

  • ddevleeschauwer

    Dear Anna, PNG can be a bit more wild, avoid the capital!

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