To what extent can our civilization affect the Bedouins, Arabian nomads, modify their customs and their traditional way of life?
In order to reveal to us the life, the pride and the nobility of heart these men of the desert, the author and his wife, Danielle, lead us forty years after the famous explorer Wilfred Thesiger, on the mountainous banks and the dunes of Rub al Khali , the largest sand desert in the world.
Unique photographs tell us about their seven years of adventures: meetings of different tribes whose daily life they share, making friends with both these remarkable men and their wives and children.
A travel journal also reads the courage and tenacity essential to carry out this delicate and difficult undertaking.
From one end of the world to the other, the very existence of nomads is in question. Beyond the life of the Bedouin, the author demonstrates the effects of modernity on traditional societies and offers us the infinite respect that we must finally show for these peoples with threatened fates