Namibia, situated on the South western part of Africa, is an arid, rough land. A different world . . . very inviting...... strangely familiar. Namibia is a photographer's dreamland, a land of contrasts and clear colours. If you love nature, stillness, grandiose landscapes, desert and wide open spaces, you will become attached to Namibia. It is one of the most scarcely populated countries on earth and afford it's people bountiful space.
The wind-whipped coast with innumerable shipwrecks stretches all along the hostile Namib desert. The orange-red dunefields are up to 150 kilometres wide with the mightiest dunes being up to 400 metres high. It is the oldest desert of the earth with a unique flora and fauna. Namibia with its friendly, natural people, with endless thornbush savannah, Mopane bushland, Makalani palms and Baobabs, with lions and elephants, zebras and giraffes, an animal world as rich in species as no other on earth. Namibia is one of those dreamlike places that make you question whether something so visually orgasmic could actually exist. Time and space are less defined here. Landscapes collide. Experiences pile up.
Nikon D40 |
Original size: 3008x2000 |
Current: 800x532 |