Explore Nature Photography, Landscape Photography and more!

Explore related topics

One of Namibia’s most recognisable landmarks, the 1728m-high Spitzkoppe rises mirage-like above the dusty pro-Namib plains of southern Damaraland. Its dramatic shape has inspired its nickname, the Matterhorn of Africa, but similarities between this ancient volcanic remnant and the glaciated Swiss alp begin and end with its sharp peak...  Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/namibia/the-spitzkoppe#ixzz3KHol1Xrp

The granite peak of Spitzkoppe in the Namib desert. It really is beautiful anytime of the day (or night). The Spitzkoppe can be widely seen in that area because it is the only high mountain there. It is used as a kind of beacon or a gathering place.

Namib Double Rainbow by Mark Dumbleton

Namib Double Rainbow - Heavy rain falls over the Namib Rand Conservancy in Namibia, illuminated by the late setting sun, creating a very striking double rainbow.

Sunset

My Favourite Web Photos - "Towards the Heaven" ~ sunrise and early morning fog ~ San Quirico d’Orcia, Province of Siena, Tuscany, Italy by Alberto Di Donato

Lüderitz  (Namibia). 'Namibia is a country  that defies African  stereotypes and this is  perhaps nowhere more true  than in the historic colonial  town of Lüderitz.  This bizarre  mini-Deutschland is seemingly  stuck in a time warp.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/namibia/southern-namibia/luderitz

Namibia is a country that defies African stereotypes and this is perhaps nowhere more true than in the historic colonial town of Lüderitz. This bizarre mini-Deutschland is seemingly stuck in a time warp.

South African Broadcasting Corporation

Namibia ~ is a safe desert haven in Southern Africa, pairing sustainable tourism with community outreach

Pinterest
Search