Nestled in the south-eastern part of Africa, Namibia is a land of expansive arid deserts, foggy Atlantic coasts, rugged red mountains, the world’s oldest and tallest sand dunes and incredible wildlife. In the 19th century, during European colonization of Africa, the German Empire established rule over most of the territory as a protectorate: they discovered and extensively mined diamonds. In the South, the graphical and otherworldly quiver trees grow amongst the rocky plains whilst in the west the skeleton coast, a sailors’ nightmare for centuries, sees the convergence of ocean and desert in a wild setting where fog is an ever present element. An incredible wealth of wildlife roams free in the 22,000 square kilometer Etosha National Park, in which water holes become the magnet for hundreds of animals as the massive clay pan dries out. We photographed here in 2017, travelling over 5,000 km in our 4WD across the length and breadth of the country to capture what we hope are quintessential images of Namibia. For convenience we have divided the images into 6 separate galleries. We hope you enjoy our images: if you do, please leave positive comments in the guest book, spread the word through your social media contacts, or perhaps purchase a print: just press the "Buy" button and follow the instructions. Enjoy!