Complete Namibia Tour 2017 Travelogue 2 (Podcast 579)

Today we continue a travelogue series to walk you through my recent Complete Namibia Tour, as we visit Elizabeth Bay and move on to Sossusvlei and the mystical Deadvlei. [smart_track_player url="" src="" class="mbp-ignore"> It's been almost two weeks since I returned from Namibia, so I'm in that space now where...

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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.
  • christianmeermann
    Posted at 04:52h, 09 July Reply

    Hey Martin! Thanks for putting together these extensive reviews. I enjoy reading the very much as they are about as close as I will ever get to participating in one of your tours. German school holidays just aren’t compatible with your tour schedule. Keep up the good work.

  • Martin Bailey
    Posted at 09:26h, 09 July Reply

    Hi Christian! It’s great to hear from you.

    I’m pleased you enjoy these travelogues. I thought of you and your beautiful black and white animal photos often as I photographed the wildlife towards the end of this trip. Many of the shots would suite your processing. 🙂


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