A view of downtown Swakopmund that clearly shows its German history.
A park in downtown Swakopmund.
Lesser flamingos in Walvis Bay.
A lesser flamingo pair. Walvis Bay.
My granddaughter who was two years old said that she would like a picture of a dinosaur when I asked what animal she would me to photograph for her. This is the best that I could do is this gecko.
One of the ship skeletons on the Skeleton Coast.
White-breasted Cormorants on the skeleton ship.
Whale bones at Cape Cross.
The beauty of the Atlantic Coast and some of the seal colony.
One of the fur seals taking a swim.
Part of the colony on the shore taking a nap.
Morning nap time.
Hartlaub gull and seals enjoying a beautiful day on the Namibian Coast.
Cape Cross seals.
One of the two replicas of the cross (padrao) that was erected by Portuguese navigator Diogo Cao in 1486.
One of the cross replicas that gave Cape Cross its name.
A seal that was trained to jump on the boat on Walvis Bay.
A ship skeleton at Walvis Bay.
Great white pelicans in flight at Walvis Bay.
Great white pellican.
Poster in the home we visited. The woman we visited opened her home to AIDS orphans.
A boy in the township we visited. The homes are built of cardboard and corrugated metal.
Boys at rest after a vigorous game in the townships outside Swakopmund, Namibia.
From the air as we leave for Damaraland
Another aerial view of Swakopmund
Swakopmund and the Atlantic
Swakopmund partially obscured by fog as we leave for Damaraland