Tag: Namibia

Swakopmund Cape Cross Colony. This is the problem with litter, specifically in the ocean, where…

Cape Cross Seal Colony. It amazes me that this legal Annual Cull that is so…

These are The Killing Fields. This is the Crying Game. Cape Cross Seal Colony. Dead babies,…

The purpose of my return trip to Namibia was to visit the Cape Cross Seal…

It surprised me to see these Himba women selling their crafts near the Swakopmund Lighthouse.…

Swakopmund beach – Love finds us, even when and where we least expect it. This heart…

Swakopmund’s Sea Rescue Institute has this map of the country painted by PA!NT NAM!B!A on the side…

Swakopmund Street Art.

Despite the numerous conservation concerns that I hold for Namibia, I was thrilled to chat…

Swakopmund; everywhere you look in the heart of this once German settled town, there are…

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