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The Deserts of Africa

Art / Photobook
By: Michael Martin
192 pages, 140 Col photos
Publisher: Harvill Press
The Deserts of Africa
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Stunning collection of images portraying both the geography and culture of Africa's desert landscapes. Covers the Sahara, the volcanic deserts of the Rift Valley, the Kalarhari and the Namib and features the populations such as the nomadic Bororo between Senegal and Chad, the Tuareg of the Sahara and the Sahel and the Tubo, herders and traders who inhabit the Tibesti mountain range.

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Art / Photobook
By: Michael Martin
192 pages, 140 Col photos
Publisher: Harvill Press
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