These days, people talk a lot about ecology and the state of our planet. Seeing nature photography and realizing how fragile the Earth is — that’s, probably, the main reason for the majority of photo shoots. We’ve already touched upon the ecology issue, introducing the zero waste brand YORA but this time we share the set of photos as a reminder of things we should care about.
Ben Simon took a 12-days trip to Namibia, challenged to drive around the county, looking for the picturesque places to capture with his lens. The main aims were to visit Namibia Desert and Sossusvlei in particular, with its beautiful sites. The journey began in the coast around Swakopmund and Walvis Bay — the place where the crew had a chance to observe flamingos bathing between sand dunes and ocean water.
Have you even seen Sossusvlei? It may be referred to as the most spectacular sight with white salt and clay pan, dead trees and the highest dunes in the world. Just the perfect place for marvelous desert photography: seeing the sand mountains meet the Atlantic Ocean is something bordering on magic.
The crew moved up north, encountering the Himba tribe and some desert elephants:
The journey was finished by a flight above the Namibian landscape to witness its glory to the full extent and seize it in nature photography you’re about to admire.