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Namibia

Serena Bowles | Dune 45 and a Lonesome Tree

Dune 45 and a Lonesome Tree

Dune 45 stands at a height of 170 metres, so is a baby compared to some of the dunes in the area, which rise to 300 metres, making them amongst the highest in the world. It is so named as it stands at 45 kilometres along the gravel road that connect the Sesriem gate and Sossusvlei. It is probably the most photographed dune in the region. In this black and white shot you can see the dune in pristine condition, unblemished by footprints.
Serena Bowles | Sand Dune and Rocks, Sossusvlei, Namibia

Sand Dune and Rocks, Sossusvlei, Namibia

A black and white photograph of shiny rocks poking out from the sand, on one of the amazing sand dunes in the stunning Sossusvlei region of Namibia. Whilst the sand is beautifully coloured, I wanted to concentrate on the shapes, shadows and textures in this shot.
Serena Bowles | Sossesvlei Sand Dunes, Namibia, Africa

Sossesvlei Sand Dunes, Namibia, Africa

A shot of some of the sand dunes in the stunning Sossusvlei region of Namibia. The vibrant reds, yellows and oranges of the sand take ones breath away. Once the sun sets, and the seductive curves of the dunes disappear into darkness.
Serena Bowles | Footsteps in the Sand, Dune 45, Sossusvlei, Namibia, Africa

Footsteps in the Sand, Dune 45, Sossusvlei, Namibia, Africa

Dune 45 stands at a height of 170 metres, so is a baby compared to some of the dunes in the area, which rise to 300 metres, making them amongst the highest in the world. It is so named as it stands at 45 kilometres along the gravel road that connect the Sesriem gate and Sossusvlei. It is probably the most photographed dune in the region. The tiny dots barely seen on the top of the dune are people, having climbed the massive hill of sand.
Serena Bowles | Shadow Land: Sand Dunes at Sunset, Sossusvlei, Namibia

Shadow Land: Sand Dunes at Sunset, Sossusvlei, Namibia

A panoramic shot of some of the sand dunes in the stunning Sossusvlei region of Namibia. Once the sun sets, and the seductive curves of the dunes disappear into darkness.