National Geographic photographer George Steinmetz became captivated by Arabia's Empty Quarter as a young man when he read Wilfred Thesiger's Arabian Sands. Larger than France, without a single permanent point of water or human habitation the Empty Quarter is both the world's largest sand sea and one of the hottest places on Earth, and has only been traversed a handful of times. Using a paramotor George found a way to visualise this remote landscape in a new way, making three paramotoring trips into the sands, on assignment for magazines. What he found was one of the most beautiful and unseen wildernesses on Earth. This remarkable book, which includes plenty of stories about desert flying, is the result.
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