Republic of Namibia

Namibia | 2019
Namibia became independent from South Africa in 1990. It is one of the most beautiful countries I have ever visited. Amazing sand dunes, impressive nature and animals. And the kindest people. In just twelve days I traveled from Windhoek to Walvisbaai and further, where I gained such a clear image of Namibia. These documentary photos reflect the impression that it left: endless sandy deserts, local people and colorful accents in the landscape. All the impressions almost were too much for me: it became a true game of kill your darlings because in 12 days I shot over 4000 pictures. It left a lasting impression. If you want to see more photos check out my iPhone series of Namibia.

Sharp contrasts in the desert.
Seen in a very little town called Solitaire, famous for their apple pie (!).
Himba women, they were very excited to meet a girl just as tall as them.
The famous sossusvlei.
'Their blood waters our freedom'. A statue as a reminder to slavery, in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia.