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  • Day11

    Sesriem Camp

    September 7, 2017 in Namibia ⋅ 🌧 15 °C

    On the way to our camp at Sesriem we passed through only one very small settlement called Solitaire. It oddly had a collection of old used cars, great for photo opportunities. Past Sesriem we continued on to Sossusvlei where we went on a very hot, ruggid 5km midday walk across the dunes to get to Dead Vlei, a large ephemeral pan set amongst 200m red sand dunes. The tress have died many years ago from too much clay in the sand but will never really rot because of the dry climate. It was quite a site to see amongst the red dunes. After camp was set up we went to Sesriem Canyon to see the sun set, so after a walk through it we set on top of the truck for sun downers over looking the canyon.Read more

    Lyndsay McDonnell

    James I don't think you will get the car going - where's the engine?? Louisa you will have to run very fast - especially with the trick photography!!! Dead Vlie looks very interesting especially the trees. Have fun, love xxxx

    9/11/17Reply
    Lynda Ralph

    Tom's engine blew up the other day, after 230,000 miles !!! Mondeo has gone to the heavenly car park now !!! Amazing pics, love the shots of the trees &, of course, of you 2. 👍 Enjoy xxx

    9/11/17Reply
    mg.bigadventure

    Great photos. I remember that place well - very surreal and photogenic, plus hot and dusty!

    9/13/17Reply