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The Last great Explorer, the Leica Shooting Thesiger
Old 05-02-2010   #1
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The Last great Explorer, the Leica Shooting Thesiger

Rummaging around the web, came across this. Might be of interest; some great shots in here: http://www.prm.ox.ac.uk/ThesigerWeb/index.htm

Love the shots from S. Iraq before the marshes were drained.
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Wonderful photos and a fascinating life story behind them. Thanks for sharing the link.
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