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  • Jamie Thom

I can't get enough of Sossusvlei

No matter how many times I have been to Sossusvlei, I never get tired of it, and the opportunity to fly over the dunes in a helicopter with no doors on is extra special.

The patterns, the shapes, the light is never the same and how you see it and capture it in a photograph is completely up to you as a photographer.

The word Sossusvlei originates from two languages, Nama and Afrikaans. It literally translates to “dead-end” (from the Nama word “Sossus”) “marsh” (from the Afrikaans word “Vlei”) which refers to the marsh at the end of the Tsauchab River Valley, where the dunes cut off and cover up the valley on it's course towards the Atlantic Ocean.



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