On the road again into the blue distance.
Making the best of the last bit of shade in the early afternoon.
Capricorn rest camp – far from the madding crowd.
You have not been to Namibia, if you didn’t loose at least one tyre on the trip.
Walvisbay. The ocean liner “The World” docking in the background.
Lunchtime with Stefanie Eins in her Swakopmund studio.
Artist colleagues and friends Stefanie and Colleen.
The contrasts of desert and sea, dunescapes, the strength and quality of light, sharp and fading lines, illuminations and illusions of near and far between earth and sky play into Stefanie Eins’ work.
The icy cold Atlantic at Swakopmund jetty.
A very jolly encounter at The Tug restaurant with cousins Brett and Leon.
The jetty at night from Brett’s restaurant.
Moonscape east of Swakopmund.
Motoring home south from Windhoek to Grünau.
Kokerboom forest near Keetmanshoop.
Stop-over in Grünau for the night before our last stretch home to Stellenbosch.
Departure at dawn.
Much hoped for rain at last.
With love as always from
Colleen & Walter
Stelllenbosch, 26 April 2015