Mohamed Harireche

le pic iharen

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le pic iharen - Mohamed Harireche - Click to enlarge

le pic iharen
Size (HxW) : 30x40 cm
Style : realism
Technic : Print on paper
Theme : Landscape
Category : Photography
Year : 1979
Desc. : iharen peak or peak laperrine the hoggar. TAMANRASSET: Situated at 1000 m altitude where a bracing climate with a mild winter and an average summer temperature of 35 degrees. Tuareg capital of the country. Market town and gathering place of nomads who roam the country Ahag'Gar (Hoggar). The starting point of tracks Agadez (Niger) and Gao (Mali). Guelta "Imlaoulaouène 17 km, Talabort source of carbonated water at the foot of the mountain red (Adrar, Hoggaria), tomb of the Aménokal Moussa Ag Amastan (1867-1921), Bordj eddy old Ksar, Tuareg and African crafts. Around Tamanrasset, in a radius of 100 km, Oasis and visit various sites: There they say "after patience is the sky." Time is the only wealth of the poor. Often, people say they do not have the time, for Imourhar, it means they do not exist, "The man in a hurry is a dead man." It is believed to have time in the partialisant. People living in the future and spoil their present, which is the only time that has really. Reflections ..... Extract from the book "WISDOM OF THE BLUE MAN" Amenokal ALHAVI, Editions PLON
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