Okavango. Sea of land. Land of water.


Here is a glimpse of one of Africas most baffling mysteries,a world of water and sand that defies reason.Who were the people who painted the caves of the Tsodilo Hills?.What happened to the lost and silent lake-shores stranded on its surface?.Earthquakes still shudder deep below the waters of the Okavango,a 10,000 square kilometre wilderness of islands,rivers and swamps in the remote thirstlands of Botswana.A book of exploration and wonderment.

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H/b in nice clean boards,slightly worn on the corners,in a reasonable pictorial d/w,slightly chipped and edge-worn.Large format ,size 12×10 pp unnumbered,but containing some 202 brilliant photographic illustrations.inc page map of subject area,a forward,introduction,and full independent supporting text to cover each area.Hinges strong Binding good to firm.Internaly clean and bright throughout. A signed copy by the author and photographer A good–to v/g++clean copy.


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