Namibia, August 2015
The following are a selection of images taken on the Pixelchrome Full Circle tour to Namibia. Please register to be on the newsletter to get information as soon as further trips are announced. We are returning to beautiful Namibia in 2017.
Testimonial from a client on this trip
This Namibia trip went beyond my expectations as a photography trip! There was a new adventure every day with many wonderful and unlimited photography opportunities. Every aspect was well-organized and planned out with excellence guidance by Jeremy and our great local guides
Enthusiasm and excitement was the theme for this incredible trip! The quietness of the beautiful orange sand dunes, especially Deadvlei, the cultural emersion with the several Himba tribes, sitting around the morning and evening camp fire during our four days of camping, bonding with our fellow travelers, disconnecting from technology, and the vast variety of animals we saw and photographed, was wonderful.
We were so fortunate to see and photograph many elegant giraffes, ostrich, beautiful Oryx, jackals, Springboks, various birds, desert- adapted elephants, and 5 juvenile lions. How special this was to photograph these animals, but also, to just put the camera down and observe them in their natural habitat. This was such a special rare opportunity that it will forever be unforgettable memories for me from a great trip.
Travel is not just reading a book but immersing yourself into the experience of learning about other cultures, food, religions, traditions, and the way other's live. A song that I sang when I was younger is, "Far Away Places With Strange Sounding Names." This has always been a favorite song of mine and may even have encouraged me to travel to foreign places.
From the beautiful Quiver Tree Forest, the eerie abandoned ghost town of Kolmanskop, Deadlei with the white clay pan and 900 year old dead camel thorn trees, the incredible vivid orange Sossusvlei sand dunes, Walvis Bay and Sandwich Harbor, to camping by the dry river bed of the Hoanib River, having fun with the Himba tribal people, plus, a great group of fellow travelers who were equally passionate about photography, all culminated into an unforgettable and memorable experience!!
Robbie Hamper, OH