It is that time of the year where Namibians share their green photos. Photos of green grasslands, flowing rivers and storms on the horizons. And it is right. It is beautiful. But I have just returned from a barren corner of Namibia where rain has not touched earth in a very long time.
I love these boat cruises as it offers the chance to get closer to what our mere folks without fins and feathers will never see. Birds, whales, fish that otherwise will not be easy to spot or photograph. It is for this reason that I will take our boy onto these cruises for years toContinue reading “Collision”
It is not often that I get so close to a wild pelican that I am too close to get the whole bird into the frame. But in this case, I did not complain. Just look at the beautiful colours on this particular pelican. Walvisbay, Namibia on a boat cruise with Catamaran Charters. Dis nieContinue reading “A Beak of Many Colours”
I totally understand that coastal ports are a necessity but that doesn’t make me like them any more. Especially industrial harbours. And the bigger they get, the worse it becomes. Harbours remind me of a mechanic’s backyard. There almost always is too much oil in the water and everywhere else for that matter. The airContinue reading “Walvisbay Harbour”
Pelicans. They are my favourite water birds. (I suspect my very first encounter with an albatross will shove them from the top of the list, but until then, they are safely first). Pelicans are just so different. They are a bit like bees in my eyes – they’re not suppose to be able to fly,Continue reading “The Pelican”