About the Book
People don't usually end up in Southern Africa by happenstance. It's not the place for a casual stopover on the way to somewhere else. It's a long way round and a long way down. But once you've been, so people say, Africa gets into your blood and under your skin. It's also said that soon after you return home you find yourself dreaming African dreams and planning further African travels. This collection of photographs celebrates a first journey to Southern Africa.
Features & Details
- Category Travel
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Jan 01, 2008
- Tags Victoria Falls, Chobe Savanna, South Africa, Botanic Gardens, Table Mountain, Cape Town, Boulders Beach, St Lucia, weaver birds, water buffalo, Zambezi, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Chobe, elephants, Hluhluwe, Kirstenbosch, Pietersmaritzberg, Drakensburg, Penguins, rhinos, hippos, crocodiles, antelope, birds, proteas, Stellenbosch, safari, giraffe, fynbos
Julia Maudlin is a photographer and traveller, most happy when setting out yet again with a bag on her back and a dog-eared Baedeker in her pocket. Since 1998 she has organized and led garden and photography tours to England, Scotland and Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland, France, Italy, South Africa and Morocco.