THE DESERT IS ALIVE


cropped-placeofhope_sahara_south-tunisia20021.jpgI made this photograph long time ago with analog technique in the Sahara of Southern-Tunisia during an oasis trip from Tozeur to Tamerza – still one of my favourite travel remembrances showing a single bush in an area of burst soil most likely due to more heavy rainfalls some time ago. When ever I watch this photograph again, the quite bizarre scenery reminds me of the power and resilience in life and nature against all the odds.

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2 thoughts on “THE DESERT IS ALIVE”

  1. Thank you, this photo from 2001 is for me also a nice symbolic reminiscence to the past when it was no security problem to make such trips there in the width of the Tunisian desert (even as a single foreigner!). Today …

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