Two hundred color and black-and-white photographs spanning nearly a century showcase the stellar careers of four legendary National Geographic photographers who created a visual record of the history, science, culture, and people of an era, in a volume celebrating the work of Maynard Owen Williams, Volkmar Wentzel, Luis Marden, and Thomas Abercrombie. 15, 000 first printing.Tom juggled five difficult assignments in the Mediterranean: marine archaeology off Crete, Ed Linka#39;s aMan in the Sea, a Jacques Cousteau aboard Calypso, the ... He could disassemble, then fix, Land Rovers with the best of mechanics, in fact better than most, because he could improvise ... In 125-degree heat we plastered the Dodge radiator (now leaking furiously) with barley-flour paste and camel dung.
|Title||:||Odysseys and Photographs|
|Publisher||:||National Geographic Books - 2008|