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Postcards From The Sahara

by on Thursday 21st March, 2013   58944 Visits   Comments

WHEN he’s not taking pictures of waves in the Sahara, Mark Mercer is normally to be found tending to the prince’s oysters. This isn’t a euphemism, he really does cultivate molluscs for Great Britain’s monarch-in-waiting, Prince Charles.

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