In EP16 of Adventure Photography On Location I’m exploring the oldest desert on the planet: the Namib Desert in Namibia.
Join me as I discover and capture this unique valley of 500 year old, perfectly preserved trees.
Almost all of my Adventure Photography On Location episodes are self funded. I create them because I love sharing my passion for photography and the outdoors and I would love to keep creating more of these and hopefully create an ongoing thing. Many hours are spent coming up with and creating episodes for you and I don’t really make any money creating them. Which is why I decided to join Patreon.
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In a second episode for Namibia I’ll be going to a location called Spitzkoppe. A big mountain in the middle of nowhere. Stay tuned for this one 😉
Planning travels yourself? You should definitly check out our travel blog: The Sandy Feet that I run together with my ‘subject‘: Freya (the yellow jacket model 😉 ) where you will find for all kinds of travel stories, tips and guides to the places you see us in.