I remember that day in Namibia I had gotten up early to go on an excursion, not far from the town where I was staying, Swakopmund. Before leaving Europe for Africa, I had seen photos of a place that seemed fictional because of how imposing it looked. Huge dunes that collided with the Atlantic Sea as if they were two forces of nature in conflict, fighting for their own majesty.
I took this photograph descending from one of the dunes towards the sea, seeing the small waves, imagine the size of the dune in which I was. A simply imposing and spectacular place.
A souvenir from the Namib Desert, the oldest desert in the world.
- In Methacrylate: LTD ED of 3 pcs.
- On Photographic Paper: LTD ED of 25 pcs.