In Aswan for a couple of days, I was intrigued by a humble mosque on top of the cliffs on the other side of the river.
A single-sail felucca whisked me across the Nile, I clambered up the slope, and it took me an hour or so to reach a rocky plateau.
I was on the western edge of the Sahara, and the empty mosque was the only structure to be seen.
I only took one photo.
Photo taken 1987, Egypt.
A3 archival print on Matte Art 250 paper.
Printed with white border to accommodate framing.
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