Namibia

August 2011

Namibia is one of few countries in the world to specifically address conservation and protection of natural resources in its constitution and it shows.

The lodges are superb and the fact we were able to see so many animals (as you'll see in the album) is testament to the good management of the various national parks.

African Sunrise
Dune
Barren
Namibian Fog Basking Beetle
Dead Vlei (I)
Dead Vlei (II)
Gnarly Tree Trunk
You're Kidding!
Desert Wreck (I)
Desert Wreck (II)
The Tropic of Capricorn
Transparent Gecko
White Lady Spider
The Desert Before Us
Well Hello There!
Chameleon
Skeleton Coast Victim
Cape Cross Seal
Uncomfortable Pillow
Spot the Seal
Baby Seal
Scorpion
Rock Carvings
Lion Man
Twyfelfontein Lodge
Desert Flower
Gecko
A moveable barcode
Young Elephants
Bull Elephant
Springbok
Elephants at the Waterhole
Hiding behind a tree
Lion
Leopard (I)
Leopard (II)
Kudu
Spotted Eagle Owl
Spotted Hyena
Not a car
Rhino
Lone Giraffe
Yellow-billed Hornbill
Pale Chanting Goshawk
Double Trouble
Ostrich
Oryx
Where the Wildebeest Are
A long Way Down
Nesting Vultures
Nibbling the Flowers
Black-shouldered Kite
Brown Snake Eagle
Banded Mongoose
Sand Snake
Mane Attraction
Mothers Pride
Playing with Dad
German Church
Cheetah Conservancy
Giraffe for Lunch
Damara Dik-Dik
Beware of Warthogs