Madagascar is Africa but it’s a continent on itself. And not simply because it’s a huge island, but for the different fauna and flora. As a matter of fact Pangea teaches us that the island never belonged to the continent to which it is geopolitically assigned, hence the differences. In the far Northwest, where Nosy Be – Big Island – and a few smaller ones dot the map, waters are clear and warm, beaches are pretty much clean, people are gentle and the French colonial past makes it easier to communicate.
Canon T90, Canon Sure Shot WP-1 underwater camera. Ektachrome 100 and 400. Hotels with no A/C in the Tropics means that some of your slides could develop tiny bubbles – between film base and protective layer? – None of the images shown here has been affected.
All photos ©Michele Molinari