From one extreme to another in the Namib-Naukluft National Park🏜️🚙🇳🇦
Snapped mid-air of a cart wheel in Namibia. It's a happy Friday folks, hope you are cartwheeling your way into the weekend 🤸🏾♂!
It used to be a home to hundreds of miners searching for diamonds but nowadays it’s an ilustration of how fast the Namib desert can take its territory back. Shot on Kodak Portra by Sue 🖤
This may not be the most spectacular reflection shot you've ever seen, but this is probably one of the most unique shots of Deadvlei you'll ever see. 2 days after a once in a decade rainstorm, we arrived in the morning to find not only fog, but this small pool of water at the base of one of the camel thorn trees. At first glance, the water didn't show any obvious reflections. The pool was maybe 1-2 inches deep and the color of coffee with cream in it. But if you place your camera really really low (my L plate was literally in the water), you end up with this shot! Keep in mind that this is the Namib Desert, probably the oldest desert on earth and one of the driest places on earth, rivalled only by the Atacama Desert in South America for aridity. #camelthorntrees #Deadvlei #NamibDesert #Namib
-NaukluftNationalPark #Namibia #rainstorm #reflection #sanddunes #Sossusvlei
A road trip through Namibia’s dynamic landscape, from dunes and rolling mountains to green flat plains and wild Etosha National Park. This is an adventure worth repeating, read about it on the link in my bio.
An oryx and a springbok near Aus, Namibia