Goree Island, Senegal is a travel portfolio of fifty images. It has been called one of the prettiest places in Senegal. But once the center of the West African slave trade from where thousands of slaves bound for the New World were shipped. See what it looks like today.
James F. Olander is a photographer, author, and playwright currently living in Arlington Virginia. He has traveled to over one hundred countries and island groups worldwide, always with a camera. His career was as a Federal Administrator, but his life passions have always been history, art, photography, travel, and theatre. His writings have appeared in publications, and his pictures have been featured in publications, magazines, calendars and in exhibits in Europe, Asia and in North America. His work is now in private collections worldwide. He has been a tour guide and helped organize tours and lectures in a number of International cities.
ROMAN PLACES Published February 25, 2015
Naked Trees Published October 31, 2014
Market Day - 1981 Chichicastenango, Guatemala Published August 21, 2014
BURMA CONTRASTS Published May 17, 2014
Shanghai and Suzhou Published January 22, 2014
Digital Watercolors Published November 29, 2013
Russian Windows Published November 13, 2013
TALL SHIPS Published August 07, 2013