Namibia. Africa’s harsh paradise.


Namibia is essentially a desert country-for the undecerning a place at best inhospitable:but for all who appreciate the unique,a singular world in every part of its existence-and in its furure.Yet man is a very small figure against the sheer scale of the Namibian landscape and the human voice has done little to shatter its silences,for much of it is untouched,its natural forces as yet unexplored.The photographers,Anthony Bannister and Peter Johnson,found their theme in the magnificant spirit of the people and in the natural splendure of this land.

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H/b in very nice clean boards,in a v/g clean d/w,large format13x10 pp again,pages not nummbered but packed from cover to cover with 264 full colour.quarter,half and quarter illustrations,with full supporting text.Describing the country,its people,its landscapes and wild-life.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Internaly clean and bright throughout. A v/g+–v/g++almost fine copy.


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