Friday, May 27, 2005

Submerged Sahara

On the west coast of Africa there is a place where the Sahara desert flows into the Atlantic ocean. The Gulf of Arguin is essentially 4,000 square miles of underwater sand dunes (roughly half the size of New Jersey). The entire coastline is an amazing transition zone.

St├ęphane Scotto has a wonderful gallery of photographs from the area.


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