This is a water colour and brown ink I did of the Namibian landscape. We had the wonderful opportunity to live in Namibia for some years – a beautiful country to the West of South Africa with its coastline on the Atlantic Ocean. It’s a Land of contrast with just about every kind or shape of landscape available. Of course it’s home to the Etosha National Park one of Southern Africa’s best loved wildlife sanctuaries. A truly magnificent place. We lived close to this enormous sanctuary and had the privilege of visiting it often. My most memorable moment in the Etosha was driving slowly, for nearly three kilometers, through a herd of Zebra. Something I’ll never forget.
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