I’d been to the Marienfluss in the north of Namibia a few years before I took this photo. The biggest surprise was the lack of any vegetation on my return. The first time I visited it was full of golden grass and springbok, ostrich and oryx were dotted all over the valley. Due to the drought the locals have had to use the land to keep their cattle alive. I hope the drought ends soon.
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