I recently returned from southern Algeria. I ended up doing a side experiment while there, using my old Polaroid Land Camera.
The boundless desert sands and roaming camels of southern Algeria camouflage the pointed frustration and urgency of the plight of the refugees of “Africa’s Last Colony”. Harsh terrain, fatal sandstorms and 120 degree temperatures is home to over 155,000 Sahrawi refugees and have resided since 1975. The entrenched community of refugees is the UNHCRs second oldest caseload.