Shipwrecks scattered all over one of the most inhospitable coasts of the planet. With the cold Benguela stream, the fog, the desert and the ever blowing winds, no wonder the bushmen called it “The land that God made in anger”. Photos from 2011.
jeudi 29 novembre 2012
dimanche 25 novembre 2012
With its 80 km and linking 8 mountain refuges, « Cavalls de Vent » is the most attractive trail on the Cadi-Moixero natural park. We did it within 6 days in summer 2009. All photos by Lluis Llaurado (I was too busy walking to take any picture sorry). My brother is posing proudly on the last photo on top of one of the summits.
jeudi 22 novembre 2012
An ancient Maya city from the classical period is located in the Puuc region, whose style is clearly recognizable for his ornated friezes and its omnipresent masks of stone representing the Rain God Chaac. Photos from 1996, some of them by Natxo Molinero.
lundi 19 novembre 2012
Photos taken in November 2012 during a second visit to this wonderful country. The first one being more than 20 years ago, I definitely much enjoyed it this time around, especially the fascinating Kasbahs, the so touching Berbers, the landscapes in general and the desert in particular.
1. Dunes in Erg Chebbi
10. Tea time with the Berber Nomads in Bou Taghrar.
12. Typical Carpet tapestry in a haima.17. Man from Rissani. / 18. A window in the Kasbah of Oarzazate.
vendredi 16 novembre 2012
mercredi 14 novembre 2012
jeudi 1 novembre 2012
More photos taken in Summer 2011.
The Okavango River doesn’t end on the sea but inland, creating an intricate and incredibly beautiful landscape of rivers, canals, pools and swamps, housing amazing wildlife. Visit the Okavango delta on a mokoro is a peaceful (though some mokoro polers are more experienced than others) and impressive experience, but it’s when you see the delta from above when it becomes an unforgettable place.