By: Daryl Balfour and Sharna Balfour
158 pages, 320 col photos
Chobe is one of the last places on earth that typifies an untamed wilderness. From the elephant-shattered woodlands of the Linyanti swamp on the northern borders of the park to the grassy floodplains of Selinda in the remote north-west and the dessicated teak forests in the east, Chobe is as isolated and remote now as it was in the days of the early explorers. In this superb photographic account of the year Daryl and Sharna Balfour spent living and working in Botswana's magnificent Chobe National Park, they capture the secrets and moods of Chobe in all her different guises.
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