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Travels in Namibia

18 Jan 2018

A talk by Terry Ottway, President of Stockport Photographic Society

Sand Dunes in Namibia

Mostly desert, rich in wildlife, very hot and no midges/insects, are the aspects I got from the President’s talk last night. Four times the land mass of the UK, with a population of just over 2 million, Namibia has one of the lowest population densities of all.

Weaver bird

Terry regaled us with photographs from his autobus tour of Namibia from last November. He visited the two main deserts and a number of wild life parks, as well as a couple of big cities.

Angry Hippo

There was also a flight along the coast which resulted in the most interesting fact of the night, that there are more seals than people there.

Any naturalists in the house?

A thoroughly enjoyable show with some outstanding photographs.

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