Carol and Malcolm have travelled extensively in Namibia and have made 26 visits to Etosha Pan, each visit of a duration of six weeks or more. They have a fully kitted-out bush vehicle and top-quality camera equipment, used in capturing these rare images which tell their own story. No photoshopping or colour enhancement of any nature has been used on the photographic images. For any information and queries about the contents of the book, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ETOSHA PANEtosha pan forms part of the greater Kalahari basin and is a world heritage site (UNESCO). This book celebrates Etosha’s unique landscape and thriving concentrations of game, including endangered and specialised species. It is a beautiful piece of Africa, a vista of wide flat clay pans, ...