The City Hotel, Freetown, Sierra Leone
The City Hotel, Sierra Leone, made famous by author Graham Greene. Now demolished. The hotel was first mentioned in Greene's 1936 book 'Travel Without Maps'. It was then thinly disguised as 'The Bedford' in 'The Heart of The Matter' 1948. The hotel caught fire in 2000, killing several people. It was then demolished Date: circa 1985
© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library
ROG-11918 Ancient Sierra / Western Juniper - at about 10, 000 ft in the Sierra Nevada
Ancient Sierra / Western Juniper - at about 10, 000 ft in the Sierra Nevada.
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway.
© Bob Gibbons/ardea.com
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Death Valley Sand Dunes in Last Light
Mesquite sand dunes of death valley. Curves and patterns captured and contrasted in the fleeting light. Death Valley National Park is located primarily in the Southern California Desert, with a small portion extending into Nevada. Death Valley is one of the hottest places in the world. Air temperatures over 120 ?F (49 ?C) are common during the summer months of June, July, August and September.
© Matt Anderson Photography