Wind Cathedral, Namibia

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Namibia, Africa

Africa // The Skeleton Coast and Namib Desert in Namibia. Also, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Meeting Namib by Roberto Sysa Moiola

Black Rhinos at Sunset, Etosha National Park, Namibia

Black rhinos at sunset-Etosha National Park, Namibia Africa by Michael Sheridan

The waves of the Atlantic breaking against the sand cliffs of Namib desert, Namibia.

The one place on earth where dessert meats ocean. Waves of the Atlantic breaking against the sand cliffs of Namib desert, Namibia

Namibia

In African folklore the baobab is widely known as the tree that God planted upside down. According to the San (Bushmen) the Great Spirit gave each animal a tree. The hyena received the last tree, a baobab, and was so upset that he planted it upside down.

Probably the most beautiful place I have ever been...  [That might actually be true.]  Wolwedans, Namibia.

Probably the most beautiful place I have ever been. Wolwedans - Namibia it's true!

Lüderitz  (Namibia). 'Namibia is a country  that defies African  stereotypes and this is  perhaps nowhere more true  than in the historic colonial  town of Lüderitz.  This bizarre  mini-Deutschland is seemingly  stuck in a time warp.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/namibia/southern-namibia/luderitz

Namibia is a country that defies African stereotypes and this is perhaps nowhere more true than in the historic colonial town of Lüderitz. This bizarre mini-Deutschland is seemingly stuck in a time warp.

Swakopmund  (Namibia). 'Easily Namibia’s finest urban scene, swanky Swakopmund is a  feast of German art nouveau  architecture, with its seaside  promenades, half-timbered  homes and colonial-era  buildings. Stuck out on the  South Atlantic coast and  surrounded by desert, it feels  like a movie set.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/namibia/western-namibia/swakopmund

& building in Namibia’s finest scene, swanky Swakopmund is a feast of architecture, with its seaside promenades, half-timbered homes and colonial-era buildings. Stuck out on the South Atlantic coast and surrounded by desert, it feels like a movie set

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