Dhow fishermen - Kenya
Dhow fishermen | Lamu | Kenya, 2005
Lamu is a place like no other with a history as mysterious as the winding streets of its medieval stone town. For those who appreciate the symbolic relationship between humans and nature in the making of a cultural landscape. Lamu and its surroundings is considered a jewel. The island is a place of rolling dunes and endless white sandy beaches where villages and fishermen nestle among the coconut and mango trees and the age-old Dhows ply the coastal waters.
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062 x 074 cm - Edition of 9
100 x 120 cm - Edition of 6
140 x 200 cm - Edition of 3
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