Attendees at a special event held at Palma’s Rialto Living gained a unique insight into the current animal poaching crisis in Africa. Dynamic Swedish photographer Frank af Petersens gave a fascinating presentation in which he detailed the vicious bush wars taking place throughout sub-Saharan Africa, as small numbers of wildlife rangers risk their lives trying to save the last rhinos and the rapidly shrinking elephant herds.
Well-renowned in his field, Frank af Petersons has had numerous exhibitions in Europe and North America. For several months every year, he works as a volunteer photographer to help stop elephant and rhino poaching in Africa, and during the evening held in Palma, he showed the moving results of his personal artistic mission.
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