Having crossed the Sahara twice before while he was documenting the region during World War II, in 1957, George Rodger returned to the desert along with his wife, Jinx Rodger. The pair traveled from the Moroccan-Algerian border, covering over 4000 miles in 90 days. “We drove, surrendering our car and ourselves to one of the most punishing trips on earth,” wrote Jinx. With the Sahara notorious for its extreme heat and vast size, the undertaking was a perilous one and almost cost them their lives on multiple occasions. The resulting photographs offer a rare insight into the landscapes and inhabitants of one of the world’s most remote and unexplored terrains. Continue reading.