#Travel: #Namibia, Mukurob (Finger of God) near Asab, Namibia.  It collapsed in 1988. Photo credit: D Rudman

Mukurob (Finger of God) near Asab, Namibia. It collapsed in Photo credit: D Rudman

#Travel: #Namibia ~ #Namutoni Rest Camp, Fort Namutoni, #Etosha, Namibia. Photo credit: D Rudman

#Travel: #Namibia ~ #Namutoni Rest Camp, Fort Namutoni, #Etosha, Namibia. Photo credit: D Rudman

#Travel: #Namibia ~ Fort #Namutoni, originally a German police post now serves as a lodge, viewpoint and stopover, #Etosha National Park, Namibia. Photo credit: D Rudman

Fort Namutoni, originally a German Fort - now serves as a lodge, viewpoint and stopover, Etosha National Park, Namibia.

#Travel: #Namibia, #Swakopmund, with German colonial architecture.   Photo Credit: D Rudman

with German colonial architecture. Photo Credit: D Rudman

#Travel: #Namibia ~ Burnt Mountain, Kunene Region, Namibia.  Photo Credit: D Rudman

Photo Credit: D Rudman

#Travel: #Namibia, #Swakopmund, a beach resort town, situated in the #Namib Desert. Photo credit: D Rudman

a beach resort town, situated in the Desert. Photo credit: D Rudman

#Travel: #Namibia ~ Petrified Forest, #Damaraland, Namibia. The Petrified Forest is a national monument.   Photo credit: D Rudman

The Petrified Forest is a national monument. Photo credit: D Rudman

#Travel: #Namibia ~ Khoikhoi (AKA San or Bushmen) engravings found in the #Twyfelfontein valley in the Kunene Region of Namibia. Photo credit: D Rudman

~ Khoikhoi (AKA San or Bushmen) engravings found in the valley in the Kunene Region of Namibia. Photo credit: D Rudman

#Travel: #Namibia ~ heading to Sossusvlei. Photo credit: D Rudman

~ heading to Sossusvlei. Photo credit: D Rudman

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