Namibia Photo Tour
Namibia Photo Tour has been on our bucket list for a long time. The opportunity came to this summer and we decided to go with our daughter and son in law. What a pleasure and what a wildlife site. We packed our cameras and equipment and traveled there from Iceland. It is a long flight but airports are always nice because you can take a lot of pictures on your iPhone. Which by the way is always in your hand.
Namibia – Wildlife
Photo Touring in Namibia is a box full of chocolate for your senses. Think of wildlife instead of the chocolate. Springbok, for example, is an amazing sight. Beautiful delicate creatures that move like ballerinas hardly touching the ground. The magnificent elephants that walk so gracefully into the sunset, the giraffes so tall and graceful biting the trees, the birds and all the other animals. Namibia sure is a heaven for us photographers.
Namibia is a landscape photographer’s paradise. Namibia’s allure is its vastness, the feeling that you can get away from it all in this enchanting, desolate landscape. You do not have the overcrowded feel that you sometimes in other places nowadays. There is something special about photographing in nature when there is no one else in sight. Namibia offers this unique experience. Namibia’s dedication to the conservation of its wildlife, its diversity in landscapes and that fact that it is one of the safest environments for travel of any African country, are a few of the great attributes that make Namibia an incredible playground for photographers.
How this photo was taken
Nikon D600, Nikkor 28-300mm at 300mm, ISO 400, f/5,6, shutter speed 1/2000 sec.0