• Sossusvlei
  • Cape Cross seals
  • Swapkomund

Sossusvlei

October 24, 2021

the place that mesmerised me for so long, I was worried the memories were nicer than the reality, but it did not disappoint. the dunes at sunrise, when only half are lit, the dead trees of the Deadvlei and even the funky petrol station from Solitaire should be on any photographer’s bucketlist

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Cape Cross seals

October 23, 2021

Today Cape Cross Seal Reserve is owned by the government of Namibia  is the home of one of the largest colonies of  cape fur seals in the world. maybe due to its health I was pleasantly surprised to see it does not smell as bad as I expected. along the Sossus coast we have seen […]

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Swapkomund

October 22, 2021

dusting off (literlally) after 3 days in the desert it was time to admire the wildlife found in the Walvis Bay – Swapkomund area. kayaking with the seals from Pelikan point was more than enjoyable, they are very curious and playful creatures, they come and sniff at you, grab your paddle else it might simply […]

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Namib desert

October 21, 2021

I have been waiting a long long time to finally be deep in the Namib desert, especially after the private flight fiasco 9 years  ago (turned out I booked the wrong route..😳) I was hoping in the last 9 years driving from Sossusvlei to Swapkomund would become a reality, still not allowed… we booked a […]

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Spitzkopen

October 20, 2021

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Ongava

October 19, 2021

Ongava reserve – back after 9 years, same amazing waterhole with rhinos coming to drink in the evening, sundowner with 8 rhinos, still remains the place we liked the most in Namibia

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