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By: Olivier Grunewald and David Wolozan
192 pages, colour photos
Dedicated to The National Park of Bemaraha in Madagascar. Classed by UNESCO as world heritage site, this park is becoming the most popular natural site in Madagascar, with more than 7000 yearly visitors. Gifted with an exceptional flora, fauna and topography, the park has been the subject of numerous television documentaries, and this is the first time the beauty of the park has been captured and presented in a pictorial album.
Stunning images of the stone forest capture the strange stark beauty of this area. This topography of eroded limestone may exist in other areas around the world, but nowhere as tall, slender and extensive as the spires here.
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