Namibia is a land of contrasts and extremes.
Situated between the Namib and the Kalahari deserts, Namibia gets less rain than any other country in sub-Saharan Africa. Namibia’s Coastal Desert is one of the planet’s oldest, with powerful offshore winds sculpting the highest sand dunes in the world. Water—or more to the point, its absence—defines life in Namibia. Hot and arid in the interior, Namibia’s coast is surprisingly cool and moist, the product of the cold Atlantic colliding with Africa’s warm and dry southern tip. Seals and sea birds come by the thousands to congregate in this narrow temperate zone. In the rest of the country, only where there is water is there life.
In this eBook, Ian Plant and Richard Bernabe present their vision of this untouched and primal land, with its towering red dunes and wild animals struggling to survive.
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About the Author: Ian Plant is a frequent contributor to and blogger for Outdoor Photographer Magazine, a Contributing Editor to Popular Photography Magazine, and a monthly columnist for Landscape Photography Magazine. Ian’s work also appears in many other books, calendars, ad campaigns, and magazines available worldwide.
About the Author: Richard Bernabe is an acclaimed nature and travel photographer and writer from South Carolina, USA. Thousands of his images have been published world-wide in books, calendars, and magazines by clients such as the National Geographic Society, Audubon, and Backpacker Magazine. Commercial clients include Orvis, Patagonia, and Canon Global plus many others. His work is focused on nature, wildlife, and travel photography from remote, wild areas of North America and the world. For more please visit www.richardbernabe.com