I’ve been away for some months and am now happily back online and looking forward to checking in again on fellow bloggers.
A chance to revisit Namibia at a slow pace, traveling the back routes, camping mainly and stopping at destinations way off the beaten track has been a compelling experience for me. Becoming so immersed in nature – learning the scent of the land, it’s voices, the revelation of the night skies, the heart thumping exhilaration of hearing nocturnal wildlife close by adds up to a “stop-the-world-i-want-to-get off” kind of destination.
Here’s a dip into the first scenes of this immense and timeless place –
Namibia is an extraordinary country, the expanse of it’s panoramic vistas stretch way into the far distance, seductive in pastel colours, so tantalising as the horizons pleat and fold.
As we traveled through different biomes: desert, savannah, tree and shrublands, to the wetlands of the Zambezi area the contrasts in ecosystems and habitats were distinct. Hope you’ll join me as a post further stories; coming up soon …..
Walking with Vervets
Standing Sentry Duty: Who goes there?
Meet the Enchanting Miss Dik-dik.
The Enigmatic Wild Horses, Can they Survive?