March 5, 2019
February 20, 2019
Salvadora persica, which goes by many common names such as miswak and arak in Arabia, or the mustard bush or toothbrush tree because its twigs can be used as a natural toothbrush.
June 21, 2017
A happy snappy borrowed from my parents got me interested in photography from a young age, but it was obviously limited in what I expected from a camera. I bought my first proper camera when I was working on the Orange River as a river guide. Being out on the water every day I saw the most amazing birds, wildlife and scenery and I needed a camera that could capture these magical moments perfectly.
June 14, 2017
Few people are in as fortunate and opportune a position to constantly capture amazing photos as tour guides. This season we follow three photographers who mainstream as guides travelling across the country or hosting guests at lodges. Every trip may be unique, and each experience special in its own way, but you can be sure that it is your guide that will make your journey to Namibia unforgettable!
October 31, 2016
Germany has allocated about N$400 million to the development and management of Namibia's national parks. Recently 200 impalas were released into Khaudum National Park as part of this initiative.
June 9, 2016
Acclaimed Namibian photographer, the late Paul van Schalkwyk, had a wonderful way of narrowing down the essence of what it means to be a photographer. In a country like Namibia, those with an eye that loves peering through the viewfinder, and fingers itching to push the shutter button, live with that wandering spirit. Those who are constantly traveling have the added advantage of being more often exposed to bigger and greater moments just yearning to be caught on camera. In this issue’s Photography Feature we highlight four tourism professionals who are frequently immersed in the many marvels of Namibia and let their Canons and Nikons capture the stunning moments before their wandering eyes.
November 25, 2015
The Kalahari is a vast and ancient desert system stretching across southern Africa that captured the imagination of a small boy in Bochum, Germany late in the last century. The word itself had a magical ring to it for Bernd Wasiolka, and it was a place he just had to come and explore for himself.
September 3, 2015
Mostly we don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are. Photography changes that, it makes us really notice, appreciate and respect what and who is in front of us.
June 23, 2015
June 3, 2015
TIPS FOR PHOTOGRAPHING PEOPLE Make friends with the locals. If you’re planning to take photos of them in their private surroundings, it’s always best to have […]
April 20, 2015
December 2, 2014
By Elzanne Erasmus The Namibian National Symphony Orchestra and Choir stunned audiences this past weekend with their performance of Haydn’s “The Creation” in tribute to late […]
November 25, 2014
Anja Denker, Namibian wildlife photographer and visual artist, visited Namibia's north-east, the Zambezi region, a place of unparalleled wildlife abundance and striking greenery juxtaposed against the rest of the country's arid, desert Eco-systems. Anja, with a skilled and knowledgeable eye, captured this lush and opulent Eden, shedding light on a road less travelled.
October 28, 2014
Text and photographs Annabelle Venter FIND HER ON FACEBOOK I arrange to meet Anja Denker, the stamp artist, at her studio early in the morning so […]
July 15, 2014
Mark Dumbleton’s photographs of Namibia often pop up in photography and travel magazines – and it’s no wonder. His images portray the landscapes and wildlife he […]