Egypt: Castles Made of Sand by Jason Larkin (0 images)
We have travelled to the heart of a million square miles of vast, almost waterless isolation, a place once considered to be amongst the most inhospitable on the planet. Following in the footsteps of W.J. Harding-King, a British scientist who reached this spot in 1909, we have navigated the Western Desert, which forms the eastern fringe of the Sahara and spans parts of Egypt, Libya and Sudan. All that is visible around us are sand dunes, some up to 500 feet tall, marching unceasingly across...