View image of Rich orange sand dunes called Sossusvlei belong to one of the oldest and driest ecosystems on earth. Much of western Namibia is covered in 32,000sqkm of sand and these dunes rise to an astonishing 300m. The landscape is constantly changing as colours shift with the light and wind alters the dune shapes. (Carol Polich/LPI) (Credit: Carol Polich/LPI)
This southern African country is a photographer’s dream, with wild seascapes, rugged canyons, lonely deserts, stunning wildlife and nearly unlimited elbow room.