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Complete Namibia Tour 2017 Travelogue 1 (Podcast 578)

Having just completed my Namibia tour, today we start a series of travelogue style podcasts to walk you through our adventures as we circumnavigated this beautiful country. The Complete Namibia Tour starts with landscape photography, then we do a bit of cultural photography as we photograph the Himba people, then we...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
2 Comments
  • Joshua Kuhn
    Posted at 02:29h, 27 June Reply

    Great photos Martin. Sand Dune Inside Room and Sand Piled are very nice, but the Kolmanskop School Corridor is my favorite. The warm tones, the three different textures of the walls, ceiling, and floor, and the very dark windows on the left with the bright windows on the right. The way everything leads to the small view of the window on the far wall. The object on the floor in the shadows leaves a bit of mystery with some nice reflection of light in front of it. I absolutely love everything about this photo. Can’t wait to see more from the rest of your trip.

    Josh

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 10:06h, 27 June Reply

      Thanks Josh! I’m really pleased you like these. That object of the floor is an old oil drum or similar. I have a closer photo too, but I prefer this overall. Thanks for the thoughtful comment!

      I’m currently working on the rest of my images still. I’m hoping to finalize my edit by the end of the week, but if not, I’ll select the next best ten and share those in part #2.

      Regards,
      Martin.

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