|Again aboard our 4x4s, we reach another archaeological site with many graffiti sculptured on the rocks, representing the life in the Sahara many thousands of years ago.|
|Today we visit many archaeological sites, one after another, having either graffiti and paintings.|
|A painting inside a cave on a vertical wall of rock.
|Another site with more paintings, now made with two colors.|
|We stop here for the lunch stop, in the shadow of the big rock in the right of this panoramic picture.|
|After the lunch, I have a short hike to search for plant life. Here in the picture a pumpkin, with a flower and fruits at different growing stages.
|A flower belonging to the Compositae family (a young and an adult plant).|
|On the left: an acacia. Above: a poisonous tree.
|Again on our 4x4s to continue our safari. The landscape changes constantly from valley to valley.|
|Me walking in the sun. Picture by Federico.|
|Bizzarre shaped rocks in the heart of Acacus.|
|A small reptile, probably a chamaleon.|
|Panoramic views from an hilltop.|
|A natural arch.
|A rock having multiple minerals of different colors inside.|
|Huge insects near the campsite. My hand gives the feeling of the size. Photo courtesy of Barbara from Lybia travel group.|
|The day ends in this beautiful valley where we pitch up our tents.|
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