In late March and early April we explored parts of Egypt that few visitors ever see, and one such place was the Tombs Of The Nobles near Aswan. Used to some degree as tombs by dynastic Egyptians, possibly Greeks, Romans and Christians, these tunnels were carved into the sandstone bedrock, presumably, with technologies that still can not be explained by many academics...enjoy.
Anthropologist Pierre Van Leynseele invited in 1970 to photograph the people he studied, the Libinza, on the islands in the marshlands of the Ngiri River, between the Congo River and the Ubangi River, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (then called Zaïre). I spent three weeks with the Libinza in October 1970, first visiting various islands, then staying for about 2 weeks at one island in the village Liketa. Each village consists of several islands. The photographs are from various villages and various islands.
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An overview of the facilities at Tiffindel Ski Resort in the high mountains of the Eastern Cape. We were fortunate to experience a solid snowfall late in October. For information on the passes to access the resort (Carlisleshoekspruit and Volunteershoek Passes)
Mauritius is situated in the Indian Ocean, approximately 2400 kilometres off the South East Coast of Africa. The island, which is of volcanic origin, covers an area of 1,865 square kilometres or 720 square miles. Coral reefs surround most of the coast except the south.