Predict the future for stronger images
It can be very difficult to create a powerful image where people are in motion. My attitude in these situations, such as here in Tunisia is based on a philosophical hybrid between two photographic legends: the “decisive moment” of Cartier Bresson and the “in-between” of Robert Frank.
Didn’t you say you wanted somewhere with no tourists?
In Nefta, Tunisia, I stay in a dar, one of the former aristocratic homes that rival Morocco’s better-known riads, and Fathi is enlisted to show me around town.
Douz, the gateway to the Sahara
In ancient Douz, a town in the south of Tunisia about 300 miles from Tunis, signs by the road read: “Attention: Camel Crossing.”
Among the finest sites of the Roman Empire
Hello Tunisia, where the peaceful Jasmine Revolution sparked off the Arab Spring but drove tourists away from a country that relied on them to support its economy. With Mediterranean beaches, some of the finest sites of the Ancient Roman Empire and its romantic desert interior, the smallest country in North Africa has a lot to offer any visitor tempted to return.