The first ‘Warning, Chameleons’ sign I’ve ever seen
Desert lichens, nourished by the occasionally morning dew
Sand and more sand. away from the coast the temperature climbs
Begging for water.. the road is 3 days of cycling without any habitation. Nothing, no farms, houses no water!
Its a collection of buildings that makes up a garage, petrol station, bakery, bar, lodge and campsite. After eating apple pie, the birds help me finish the last few crumbs
Sunset over the campsite
Deep in the Namib desert are the dunes. Following a dry river a road leads right into the centre
The dune peak behind is 250 meters above the base
Footsteps on the ridge of the dune. Looking down I could see the ridge line shift a few millimeters as the position of the dune moved slowly.
View forcthe top. Surrounding dunes are hundreds for meters high