A photo essay

Egypt's desert: sand and sculptures

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Equipped with off-road vehicles (including driver and cook), sufficient food and a radio, we are on our way from Dakhla towards the Libyan desert. A photo essay.

Equipped with off-road vehicles (including driver and cook), sufficient food and a radio, we are on our way from Dakhla towards the Libyan desert.
After a short time we are just down left of the road, across the field, direction, well, I don't know, only our driver knew that. But it was incredibly beautiful, what we were allowed to see and experience for 3 days and 2 nights.
Let the photos speak:

Desert Find No. 2. This time something living. Right: Petrified plants ?!

Size scale.

companion, the desert fox, came to visit us here.

Part 1 - the oases!

  1. A desert is another world. Incredibly beautiful pictures.
    Would also like to spend the night.

    Thanks for the inspiration :)

    Kind regards,
    Simon

  2. Very very impressive. The desert has more facades than one might imagine.

  3. Great picture, I want to go there too !!!

  4. Yes, the landscape is constantly changing.

    was probably meant very ironically! Great pictures, you can tell more with photos than others with words!

    • It wasn't meant so ironically: D

      Thanks for the flowers, I'm very happy about it. LG

  5. Awesome pictures !!

    You don't forget such an experience so quickly :-)

    Many greetings,
    Gabriele

  6. wow, great picture report. It must have been an experience. That would also be something for me. :-)

  7. Gero Bartels

    Hello Marianna,

    I would like to publish a book entitled "Love and Death in the Sahara". An adventurous treasure hunt. Paperback..
    Can I use one of your photos for the book cover?
    Gero Bartels

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