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f ever there was a time for the expression ‘bitter-sweet’, this was it. ‘Bitter’ because my calendar has been empty since March. Much of my work is guiding other photographers on safari, and with no travel it means no job. That sucks. But ‘sweet’ because, with the world in crisis, the Serengeti stood empty of visitors, providing a unique opportunity to explore it with

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