The first 2 hour film covering the three climatic phases along the Auob River bed and how the plants and animals have adapted to survive, in arguably one of the most photogenic biodiversities on the planet. The Camelthorn trees along the 120km long ancient dry river bed allows the visitor/photographer to observe and record the survival techniques and interaction between species and micro habitat in and around this Majestic tree. Filmed over two and a half years with an unequaled low carbon footprint and almost no ecological interference.
Produced, Filmed and edited by: Joe Lategan