Tibesti region, one of the most remote places in the central Sahara. At left the huge caldera of Trou au Natron volcano, which falls down about 700 meters deep. The picture was taken in August 1997 with a Noblex panoramic camera.
Tibesti region, one of the most remote areas in the central Sahara. Behind the soldier the huge caldera of Trou au Natron volcano falls down about 700 meters deep. The photo was taken in august 1997 with a Canon AE-1 program, analogic camera.
It's a camel.
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Reaching the top of the Sahara by Hungarian desert explorers for the first time.
Between complete desert and vegetation - I like it!
Greetings from Brasil
Thanks inivag :)
Firts class photo showing that almost nothing can be visible of Waw Namus when approaching.
Then you are suddenly on the rim of the caldera and you can see a real wonder of our planet.
merci pour le partage ! superbe formation rocheuse !