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Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: The Western Desert between the Second and Third Cataracts is nowadays almost deserted and devoid of vegetation. The mountains are covered by sand dunes, some of which are very high. The photo was taken on a joint tour with Derek Welsby and Bill Adams, on which we visited the sites where Bill Adams had excavated in the 1960s.
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: Landscape near Dar el-Arab at the 4th Cataract
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: Mountain area near the Meroe pyramids
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: Serir and hamada landscape in the Western Desert
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: Date palm cultivation is one of the main sources of income for farmers in Upper Nubia. The photo shows the dense palm groves and the agricultural islands on the east bank of the Nile near Sabu not far from the third cataract.
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: The end of the unfinished asphalt road between Seleim and Old Dongola
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: The rainy season begins in the Nuba Mountains as early as April. Then thick dark grey clouds gather in the sky, making the contrast between the dark sky and the light parched forest all the more striking.
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: As in Kushite antiquity, Kawa, the ancient city of Gematon, was overlaid by huge sand dunes.
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: A dead tree in a tributary of the Wadi Thannerowi at the fourth cataract near Dar el-Arab; in the glaring sun, from which the clouds have retreated in a circle, like a halo. the image conveys a kind of end-of-life mood for a landscape that perished when the reservoir at the fourth cataract was flooded.
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: Panorama with Jebel Barkal and the Kushite temples. On the right you see the fore court of the great temple of Amun B500, on the left the so-called "pinnacle" and the hemi speos B300 in front of it.
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: Landscape at the 3rd Cataract, where we had set up our camp for the night
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: Sunset in Wadi Ma'afer, a side valley of Wadi es-Sufra in the Western Butana. On the right you can see the remains of a Meroitic sandstone quarry.
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: Gneiss outcrop in the absolute flat landscape of the Gezira near Jebel Moya
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: Large parts of the Bayuda Desert are barely habitable. They consist of wide sand and gravel plains, with very few acacias and grass tussocks; in the background, variously shaped sandstone mountains and ridges.
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: The Nile at Jebel Dosha
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: The Western Desert between the Second and Third Cataracts is nowadays almost deserted and devoid of vegetation. The mountains are covered by sand dunes, some of which are very high. The photo was taken on a joint tour with Derek Welsby and Bill Adams, on which we visited the sites where Bill Adams had excavated in the 1960s.
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: In the background on the left is the island of Uronarti with the old Egyptian fortress; on the right you can see the sand dunes of the Western Desert
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: View from the medieval fortress at Dar el-Arab into the river valley at the end of the fourth cataract. The entire area was completely flooded by the reservoir of the hydroelectric power plant in 2008.
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