We have explored the land and the seas and
met people from all over Egypt, amassing a picture library
of some 25,000 photographs and developing an insatiable
appetite for more. Many of the photographs show the
great variety of creatures found throughout Egypt, from
the teeming fish and invertebrates in the Red Sea to
the less numerous but equally fascinating animals that
inhabit the inhospitable sands of the Western Desert.
We take pictures of primitive rock art and of grand
tombs, pyramids and temples. Many photographs portray
we look for the unguarded moment;
the essential soul peeking out; experience etched on
a Bedouin face; a Bishari engaged in his daily life.
In the belief that a picture is worth a thousand words
we have paid a great deal of attention to preparing
eye-catching and informative posters and other temporary
exhibits to be displayed at conferences, workshops and
other events. Such posters require attention to detail
and are carefully researched so that the information
presented is accurate. Generally, a brief block of text
is included and typically it is scientifically based
but written in an accessible manner that can be read
in a few moments.