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Remains of the two-thousand-year old Roman villas (Carthage), temples and amphitheatres (Dougga) and the third largest colosseum built by the Romans (El-Jem); a substantial piece of the Sahara and oases lush with date palms, vegetable gardens and pomegranate trees (Tozeur, Douz, Gabes); surreal terrain fit for film shooting for Star Wars (Matmata); fishing villages (Mahdia, Monastir, Bizerte), and tourist beaches of Jerba Island, known in the legends as the island of lotus-eaters where Ulysses's men decided to settle down; charming hilltop coastal towns on the Mediterranean Sea in the north (Sidi Bou Said); historical Islamic pilgrimage sites (Kairouan); colorful and mysterious medinas and modern and progressive cities (Tunis and Sfax) -- the relatively small nation of Tunisia offers the visitor an impressive variety of history, landscape and culture, all lovingly photographed and presented here by Arvind Garg.
Originally from India, Arvind Garg moved to the United States in 1976. Since 1985 he has lived and worked as a fine art photographer in New York City. Arvind's images are in the permanent collections of the New York Public Library, the Brooklyn Museum, Herbert Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Madison Art Center, Wisconsin, the Historical Society of Wisconsin, as well as in several corporate and individual art collections. Arvind is a contributing member of Corbis and Getty Images photo agencies.
PATAGONIA to ANTARCTICA Published August 16, 2014
Bathinda Beloved hometown Arvind Garg Published March 31, 2014
Bhabi Published November 04, 2013
Celebrating Central Park Published May 30, 2013
Madison Published May 30, 2013
Fortunate in Friends Published April 22, 2013
Gallery light Published November 27, 2012
M A R I N A Published May 13, 2012