The road barely existed (the desert, like the sea, washes away all traces of the past), and our tour bus threatened to die on us from the moment we had entered the country, driving through the heart of the Sudd of Southern Sudan surrounded by the heat, the great above and beyond, a sweltering presence …

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Through the Eyes of an Eagle

Long before gold was discovered in the Sierra Mountains, the pristine forest, hills and valleys lay in green and golden repose, as yet untouched by the hand of man.
In this land of yesterday, meadows were carpeted with flowers, gently waving grass, dense forests and snow-capped hills.

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