May 2019 Photography
Skeleton Coast, South Africa & Namibia
Driving along Namibia’s almost 1600km long coastline I discovered a massive population of seabirds and shorebirds, and white rollers from the sea crashing right into the sand dunes from the Namib Desert, to photograph.
There being a heavy concentration of shorebirds at Swakopmund, where the dunes meet the sea, and the beach at Langebaan, where we had a most delicious meal of several courses of seafood cooked on grills, right on the beach ~ Yummm! Die Strandloper Seafood Restaurant had so much fun beachy character, and a high population of assorted seabirds right on their own beach ~ perfect for photographing while you wait for each course to be prepared.
Further down the road we came across a well celebrated shipwreck, a recommended photo destination. The Skeleton Coast is known to have shipwrecks along its long, barren, surreal and scenic Atlantic Ocean shoreline. The occasional remaining shipwrecks serves as a reminder of the treacherous fogs and strong currents found offshore ~ but a treasure chest of nautical gems for photographers.