Namibia

No need for a fence, the desert and drinking water keep these horses from wondering off. The Namib is the oldest desert in the world.
Sossusvlei, the Namib desert, Namibia 1997, massive sand dunes reach 300m in height and are best visited at dawn.
Beneath the ground lurks an ephemeral river that feed the oasis ahead. A huge dry valley leads through the surrounding dunes that reach 300m in height. The Namib Desert is the oldest desert in the world. Sossusvlei, Namibia 1997.
Gentle winds sculpt the deserts mirco and macro detail. Sossusvlei, Namib desert, Namibia 1997. The oldest desert in the world.
This tree marks the end of the Van Zyl Pass and the start of the Skeleton coast, in the distance. A more remote place is hard to imagine, failure of our car would mean death. North Western corner of Namibia.
Temperature's can reach 50˚C, the sand too hot to walk on with bair feet.
Sand in every direction for as far as the eye can see and far beyound that too. Sossusvlei, Namibia 1997.
Sossusvlei is a fun playground if you get there before the sun superheats the sand, Namibia 1997
The famous Dune 47 which is found on the approach to Sossusvlei, Namibia 1997.
National West Coast Tourist Recreational Area, Erongo,Western Namibia 1997. Where the sand meets the sea. Tourists enjoy a quad bike safari through the desert.
Namib National West Coast Tourist Recreational Area, Erongo, Namibia 1997 These lizards live under the sand in the desert and venture out for prey.
Walvis Bay, Erongo, Western Namibia 1997, rich white enclave. To the east is the Namib desert and to the west is the Atlantic ocean.
Walvis Bay, Erongo, Western Namibia 1997, rich white enclave. To the east is the Namib desert and to the west is the Atlantic ocean.
On the desert road between Maltahohe and Solitaire, Western Namibia 1997. The desert roads are so straight and unchanging that a junction and signpost become a point of interest and opportunity to check one's position. Fitted on top of the land rover are two old car seats which provide a romantic way to travel through Africa's amazing scenery.
Hardap, Namib desert, Western Namibia 1997
Namibia snatch defeat from South Africa in the final minutes outside the national football stadium in Windhoek 1997.
Namibia snatch defeat from South Africa in the final minutes at the national football stadium in Windhoek 1997, wearing the National colours with pride.
Namibia snatch defeat from South Africa in the final minutes at the National football stadium 1997 in Windhoek footbal stadium.
Chief Kapika's family who live a traditional subsistence farming lifestyle in Kaokoland in the Kunene region, North West Namibia 1997. Chief Kapika visited England in an attempt to raise awareness of the Epupa Dam project which threatens to flood the Himba people's land and many sacred burial grounds which would change their way of life forever. The dam project was eventually terminated.
Chief Kapika's son in Keokoland in the Kunene region, North West Namibia 1997. Chief Kapika visited England in an attempt to raise awareness of the Epupa Dam project which threatens to flood the Himba people's land and many sacred burial grounds which would change their way of life forever. The dam project was eventually terminated.
Architect Larry Kirkegaard who has redesigned the acoustics at the Royal Festival Hall which has been closed for refurbishment for the past two years and is due to re-open with its First Night Gala Concert on 11 June 2007.
Chief Kapika's son in Keokoland in the Kunene region, North West Namibia 1997. Chief Kapika visited England in an attempt to raise awareness of the Epupa Dam project which threatens to flood the Himba people's land and many sacred burial grounds which would change their way of life forever. The dam project was eventually terminated.
Inquisitive local Himba tribe boys visit our camp site in the bush, Epupa, Kaokoland in the Kunene region, North West Namibia 1997.
A meercat welcomes tourists at the gates to the Skeleton Coast Park, Notrh West Namibia 1997. Access to this area is carefully controlled due to the dangerous environment - it is unlikely for anyone to encounter fresh water or people for hundreds of miles once entered.
Solitaire Service Station is the only store within a day's drive, Solitaire, "near" Sossusvlei, Hardap, Namib Desert, Western Namibia 1997
"Moose" is the manager of Solitaire Service Station which is the only store within a day's drive and his part in the desert community is therefore vital. Solitaire, Hardap, Namib Desert, Western Namibia 1997.
National West Coast Tourist Recreational Area, Playground for rich Namibians. South Atlantic Ocean lies in the distance. Swakopmund, Erongo, Western Namibia 1997.
Sossusvlei, Namib Naukluft National Park, the Namib desert, Western Namibia 1997, massive sand dunes reach 300m and cover an area of 32,000 sq km. Sossuvlei itself is an ephemeral pan.
Sossusvlei, the Namib desert, massive sand dunes reach 300m in height and are best visited at dawn.
It's hard to describe the feeling of driving down a desert road like this. Farm Lodge Road, Namib Desert, Western Namibia 1997.
Just outside Namibia's caprivi strip a baby baboon sits by the side of the road.
Private farmland, the Namib desert, Western Namibia 1997. In the distance lies the Namib Naukluft National Park which stretches all the way to the sea with nothing but desert in between. The perfect spot for sun downers!
Namib desert.
Sossusvlei, Namib desert.