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         Senegal Culture Africa:     more books (15)
  1. Culture and Customs of Senegal (Culture and Customs of Africa) by Eric S. Ross, 2008-04-30
  2. Culture and customs of Senegal. (Culture and customs of Africa) by Eric S. Ross,
  3. Senegal (Cultures of the World) by Elizabeth Berg, 1999-04
  4. Democracy in Senegal: Tocquevillian Analytics in Africa (Political Evolution and Institutional Change) by Sheldon Gellar, 2005-09-17
  5. Democracy in Translation: Understanding Politics in an Unfamiliar Culture (Wilder House Series in Politics, History, and Culture) by Frederic Charles Schaffer, 2000-08
  6. Cultural Dimensions of Expatriate Life in Senegal by Bill Drake, 2008-08-13
  7. L'enseignement arabo-islamique au Senegal (Sources and studies on "Islam in Africa" series) (French Edition) by Mamadou Ndiaye, 1985
  8. Afrocentric - Musings of An Black Child by Prince Kwasi Mensah, 2010-05-19
  9. Unbelievable Experiences of an African American World Traveler by Leon Freeman, 2007
  10. Under the Neem Tree by Susan Lowerre, 1991-05

1. Frans Lanting Stock Photo Catalog Frans-lanting-stock-photos
Nature, wildlife, landscape, and stock photography from around the world by National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting. Gallery featuring limited and open edition fine prints
Frans Lanting has been hailed as one of the great nature photographers of our time. His influential work appears in books, magazines, and exhibitions around the world. For more than two decades he has documented wildlife and our relationship with nature in environments from the Amazon to Antarctica. He portrays wild creatures as ambassadors for the preservation of complete ecosystems, and his many publications have increased worldwide awareness of endangered ecological treasures in far corners of the earth. Lanting’s work has been commissioned frequently by National Geographic, where he is a Photographer-in-Residence. His assignments have ranged from a search for the fabled bonobos of central Africa to a unique circumnavigation by sailboat of South Georgia Island in the subantarctic. Images from his year-long odyssey to assess global biodiversity at the turn of the millennium filled the February 1999 issue of National Geographic. Lanting’s recent work includes profiles of global ecological hot spots and a series on American landscapes. His cover story on Hawaii’s volcanoes appears in the October 2004 issue of the magazine. Lanting’s books have received awards and acclaim: “No one turns animals into art more completely than Frans Lanting,” writes The New Yorker. His books include Life (2006), Jungles (2000), Penguin (1999), Living Planet (1999), Eye to Eye (1997), Bonobo, The Forgotten Ape (1997), Okavango: Africa's Last Eden (1993), Forgotten Edens (1993), and Madagascar, A World Out of Time (1990). For the past several years Lanting has been working on locations around the world, with scientists ranging from paleobiologists to astrophysicists, to produce work for a new book about the evolution of life on earth, a personal photographic interpretation of life and its origins.

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