DISPATCHES FROM THE FRONTLINE OF TRAVEL
An outstanding World Travel book, from the archives of the world's best photographers.
David Dodds' African images feature in this 25 year production from Condé Nast Traveller.
Bazaruto, Maldives, Zanzibar, Tanzania, Mauritius, Reunion, Sao Tomé.. the extensive coverage and highlights
will have to come in as part Editions to cover the extensive material adequately..
herewith Part 1.
Kisumu, Lake Victoria, Kenya
Sao Tomé, a unique and detailed past on the road to Trindade and Monte Cafe.
It may be still possible to research and buy a copy of this Edition from Assouline..
Desolation against the Namibia sky
All the intrigue and history of Sao Tomé makes the island a fascinating place of discovery. Praca de Juventude, Museu Nacional, Avenida 12 Julho, Praia das Pombas...
Tarangire National Park in Tanzania. A favourite of tourists and itinerant artists visiting and hanging out in the african landscapes..
Back in the barrenness of the Namibia sands.. how anything survives is a constant topic of conversation
Kenya & Lake Turkana, formerly Lake Rudolf. The book list below will give a historic perspective on the Lake, from its great Nile Perch fishing, the unspoilt indigenous peoples, and ofcourse, the ubiquitous crocodiles.
Some must have book recommendations for African fans include:
from Peter Beard
Longing for Darkness
The End of the Game
and ofcourse, from Mirella Ricciardi