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Heat, Dust and Dreams: An Exploration of People and Environment in Namibia's Kaokolans and Damaraland

Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Mary Rice and Craig Gibson
160 pages, Col and b/w photos
Heat, Dust and Dreams: An Exploration of People and Environment in Namibia's Kaokolans and Damaraland
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  • Heat, Dust and Dreams: An Exploration of People and Environment in Namibia's Kaokolans and Damaraland ISBN: 9781868726325 Hardback Jun 2002 Out of Print #127535
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Photographic portfolio of the people and culture of the Namibian Kaokolans and Damaraland.

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Biography

Mary Rice was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, has travelled widely, and has lived and worked in Japan and Hong Kong. After moving into the environmental field, she has worked and travelled extensively in southern Africa. Craig Gibson grew up in rural Botswana. He studied nature conservation in Cape Town, and his work has led him all over the African continent. His passion for photography has helped him to highlight some of the complex issues facing modern Africa.
Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Mary Rice and Craig Gibson
160 pages, Col and b/w photos
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