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The Dark Side of the Kalahari

Art / Photobook
By: Hannes Lochner(Author), Ian McCallum(Foreword By)
200 pages, colour photos
The Dark Side of the Kalahari
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The Dark Side of the Kalahari is the latest addition to photographer Hannes Lochner's book collection. He has recently returned from a two year, 100 000 km journey in the Kalahari (Kgalagadi) Desert, capturing the life of a single female leopard and following her struggle to raise cubs in this extremely harsh environment. More than just a photography book, this stylish volume weaves in the story of the adventures of Kalahari residents, with Luna, the leopard, in the main role. The Dark Side of the Kalahari is a 200-page book in full colour, which slides into a protective box, just like the first two books in this series by the same author.


 

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Art / Photobook
By: Hannes Lochner(Author), Ian McCallum(Foreword By)
200 pages, colour photos
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