From the publisher:
"The Cedarberg of the Western Cape is one of South Africa's most fascinating mountain areas. It covers some thousand square miles, lying roughly between the valley of the Olifants River, the Cold Bokkeveld and the Tanqua and Calvinia Karoo. It belongs, in a manner of speaking, to the towns of Citrusdal and Clanwilliam. It also belongs to the Rhenish Mission at Wupperthal, to the forest workers of Algeria (Garskraal), and the farm people of places like Kromrivier, Dwarsrivier, and Matjiesrivier. It is a land rich in natural beauty, alive with flora and fauna, alive too with its own Cedar People."
29.1 x 22.2 cm | 196 pages | hardcover
This book forms part of a collection selected by proto~ on the occasion of Sean O'Toole's Photo book! Photo-book! Photobook! Read more about the exhibition here.