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Sand dune night magic
The huge sand dunes surrounding Swakopmund are an amazing landscape, which are best explored by quad bike, together with a local guide. Countless shapes and the wind-created wave patterns in the sand just blow you away. (Swakopmund area, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-04)
Deadvlei tree skeletons at night
Out of this world! The unreal scenery of the dead trees in the Deadvlei against the dark sky is probably one of the most spectacular locations I have ever been to... (Sossusvlei, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-08)
Untouched dune night waves
As much fun it may be to climb up these amazing huge red dunes in the Sossusvlei area, this is not good news for us photographers. Hence it's recommended to come early in the morning, and search for an unspoiled piece of art in the desert. What I particularly like about this image is the striking difference between the two sides of the dune. (Sossusvlei, Namibia, December 2012 - Image ID: 202212-NA-12)
Deadvlei trees and sand dune (photo painting)
To get into the famous Deadvlei, one needs to take a walk (at least when we visited, no vehicles were allowed to drive there). The breathtaking scenery is a well-deserved and abundant reward. (Sossusvlei, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-06)
Sossusvlei or Mars ?
This image could also have been created for a science fiction movie about conquering Mars. No need to travel so far. Our beautiful planet offers it all, like these breathtaking Namibian desert landscape. (Sossusvlei, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-10)
Red dune tree skeleton (photo painting)
Countless photos have been taken of the few dead trees in the Deadvlei, in most cases against the dark blue sky. I skipped that part for this image, and converted it into an expressionist-style photo painting (Sossusvlei, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-07)
Desert railway sleepers
A surprising discovery in the sand dunes: the remaining wooden railway sleepers create a mystical, historic and unreal scenery. Good for lots of photos… (Swakopmund area, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-03)
Deadvlei night mystery
The bright white soil pattern creates an unbelievable contrast to the coloured sand dunes and the sky above the desert. Taking lots of water is essential for any longer hike to explore this amazing area. (Sossusvlei, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-05)
Sossusvlei night dune (photo painting)
Impressive, no matter what kind of camera or posr-processing you use. The huge red dunes in the Sossusvlei always perform as landscape supermodel. (Sossusvlei, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-09)
Two boulders holding each other
The rock formations around "Spitzkoppe" seem to be from another planet. Stones, dry sand, leafless trees - quite a hostile environment, but at the same time absolutely fascinating. (Spitzkoppe, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-01)
Endless sea of sand (photo painting)
Taking an extended hike in the Sossusvlei, and climbing some dunes is quite exciting. At the same time, one starts thinking about those who had to cross an entire desert on foot without proper supplies, for whatever reason... Sand until the horizon, and then: more sand. (Sossusvlei, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-11)
Attention: Left curve (photo painting)
Just outside of Swakopmund, I found this street warning sign looking out behind the impressive yellow sand dunes. The rope leading into infinity and the white clouds in the dark blue sky completed the composition. (Swakopmund, Namibia, December 2007 - Image ID 202212-NA-02)