One of my African road trip photos that was published in the Sunday Times in 2011. The actual photo was taken as we were leaving Nouakchott, the Capital of Mauritania. I took it with my Canon 50mm lens through the car window of this beautiful tall women in her amazing clothing.
Published by the Sunday Times in 2011. From a road trip I carried out with some friends driving from the North of Morocco to Bamako, the Capital of Mali. The trip took us seven days of constant driving, only stopping in the evenings for sleep.
Window on Africa by Geraint Rowland
On a road trip from Morocco to Mali, Geraint was always going to come across plenty of local colour. Here’s his highlight, from Nouakchott, Mauritania. Looks a bit breezy, but the desert city’s name does mean “the place of winds” in Berber.
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