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By: M Martin
372 pages, 271 col illus
Internationally renowned photographer Michael Martin has travelled through every desert on earth, crossing Asia, Australia, the Americas, and Africa, seeking out the most spectacular landscapes, from the Rub al-Khali to the Great Sandy Desert, the Great Basin, and the Kalahari. Many of these "wastelands" consist of more than just desert sand. Afghanistan's Bamian region is notable for its deep blue-green lakes set in a rocky landscape. The Danakil's unnamed volcanoes glow in the Ethiopian night, while Chile's Atacama region harbours geysers that can erupt at any moment. This book is a journey of some 60,000 miles and the first single-volume documentation of earth's breathtaking desert landscapes.
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