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In the frame Travel Zambia November 2007 The Spirit of the Land The Spirit of the Land project is a personal take on Zambia’s more remote landscapes by nature photographer Stephen Robinson. His images are all captured in a panoramic format and presented full frame, without cropping or enlargement. The aim is to convey the ‘feel’ of a subject by replicating the way in which the human eye explores it. Stephen’s unerring eye for colour and texture, often in unexpected places, challenges us to look again at the world around us. The project is informed by a desire to raise awareness of Zambia’s threatened natural resources and has been premiered in three major exhibitions. It continues to grow, with the latest collection exploring the theme of Amenshi (water). See a full portfolio and learn more about the project at www.spirit-of-the-land.com

November 2007 Travel Zambia Miombo woodland in new leaf, Mutinondo Each September the miombo woodland of the central African plateau provides one of Zambia’s most exuberant but least-known natural spectacles.