My wife has returned from her trip to Namibia.
She has taken some photos and a lot of video.
She likes taking videos rather than photos – this gives the real sense of the place and the motion, she said.
However, all her videos or bursts were taken in 4K stored with an Extreme high speed memory card ; which can only be downloaded with a compatible card reader and a compatible software. This being the case, I am not sure they are that easy to be shared.
Here is one of her photos taken in the Namibia desert.
I like the patterns in the sand.
If you are careful enough, you may also be able to spot the patterned footprints of insects in the sand.
You may be able to see the Milky Way very clearly if you stay up late in the desert of Namibia, Africa,
This is what my wife has done while she was in the desert in Namibia a couple of days ago.
Here you can admire the vastness of our Universe and the greatness of the Creator.
Those who have been following my blog may probably know the reason for me not being able to accompany my wife to this trip of a lifetime.
I don’t think I can go away while being a care giver.
This is my second interpretation of Weightless.
I felt somewhat surreal when watching clouds in the Inner Mongolian desert.
The sand underneath my feet made me feel heavy; whereas in contrast, the string of colorful umbrellas on the horizon appeared as if they hung effortlessly from the air.
The Mongolian yurts on the left reminded me this place was surreal.
This is a boundary between the desert and the non- desert ( is there a word for it?)
This is as far as horses and cars can go; as far as trees and grass can establish.
Beyond this, the sand dunes start; when the wind blows, it sings as the sand shifts.
That’s why they call it Resonant Sand Desert.
It is in Inner Mongolia, China.