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Written by: Karen Nienaber

My husband spent a large part of his compulsory military service in “South West Africa” and he fell in love with Namibia for its dunes and wild animals. On his 50th birthday we went on a trip so he could show me why he loved it so much. I saw the country through the eyes of a 20 year old service man and the camera lens of my own amateur lens. From the moment we set foot on the sun-burnt Namibian soil, I understood what he meant when he told me about his love for this country and I fell in love with it myself. These photos show my love for beautiful Namibia.

Desert elephant in the Abu Huab River Valley cools off in a smelly green waterhole.
Desert elephant in the Abu-Huab River Valley cools off in a smelly green waterhole
Zebras in Etosha
Zebras in Etosha
Organ Pipes Valley close to Twyfelfontein
Organ Pipes Valley close to Twyfelfontein
Desert elephant dust bath in the Abu-Huab River Valley.
Desert elephant dust bath in the Abu-Huab River Valley
An ostrich in Etosha
An ostrich in Etosha
Oryx in Etosha
Oryx in Etosha
Elephant at a waterhole in Etosha
Elephant at a waterhole in Etosha
Zebras fight it out in Etosha
Zebras fight it out in Etosha
Agama lizard visiting our porch
Agama lizard visiting our porch
Zebra battle in Etosha
Zebra battle in Etosha
Views from a small charter plane on the way to Sossusvlei.
Views from a small charter plane on the way to Sossusvlei
Desert elephant in the Abu-Huab River Valley enjoying a proper desert dust bath.
Desert elephant in the Abu-Huab River Valley enjoying a proper desert dust bath
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