Camera Trails in Africa

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2004 - Travel - 356 pages
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1924. With illustrations from the author's photographs. Johnson, previously a photographer of wild men in the islands of the South Seas, takes his first African safari in the early 1920s. With his wife Osa he journeys through Eastern Africa, photographing and hunting wild animals. Filled with thrilling adventures, near-fatal mishaps, and moments of quiet beauty, this is the story of the beginning of the Johnson's love affair with Africa. In beautifully descriptive prose, Johnson describes the creatures of the Savannah. A wonderfully entertaining book.

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Martin Johnson is a New York-based freelance writer whose work on music has appeared in The New York Times, Vogue, Rolling Stone, the Chicago Tribune, and many other national publications.

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