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Complete Namibia Tour 2018 Travelogue #2 (Podcast 622)

This week we continue our travelogue series covering my 2018 Complete Namibia Tour & Workshop, as we spend a morning in Kolmanskop and an afternoon at Elizabeth Bay, another deserted diamond mine town, before driving on to Sossusvlei. Kolmanskop Day #2 With this year's tour being so productive, it's...

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2 Comments
  • Janet Webster
    Posted at 23:07h, 25 June Reply

    I so completely agree with you about not trying to recover the highlights in the windows. I love the ethereal glow. I often am not sure what to do about ‘blown’ windows in my own compositions: now I have a way of looking at them differently! Thanks – and for some lovely images.

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 16:38h, 29 June Reply

      Thanks so much for the vote of confidence Janet! That means a lot to me.

      Thanks for taking the time to comment too. I always really appreciate it.

      I hope all is well!

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