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Sahara: The Atlantic to the Nile
by Alain Sebe
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Like the sea, the desert evokes entirely new emotions, it transforms the traveller and changes the body and soul. 35 years spent getting to know the desert in every sense, convinced Alan Sebe of the power and longevity in the in the desert's voice. These fabulous photographs reveal some of the fascination for this immense expanse straddling the Tropic of Cancer and running from the Atlantic Sea to the Nile Valley. This journey covers over three thousand miles as the crow flies - from Layan to Morocco, via the Aswan in Egypt and crossing Tunisia, Algeria and the lands of Libya. With text by Berny Sebe these images combine to create a truly stunning picture of the Sahara - its people, the tribes, languages, costumes, and the fantastic light.
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