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.
Pardon me for sharing yet another photo of lavender field.
There was something poetic about the photo. I was happily strolling the lavender field, walking towards a tree. While a girl was approaching it from the other direction.
My wife caught this moment which was not unlike the lovers meeting high up on a hill in a bitter sweet moment in the film ” Love is a Many Splendored Thing”.
Have you ever seen a tree growing out of a human head?
The photo was taken with my iPhone – in fact, this is my first ever Instagram picture I have uploaded onto my blog.
I was thinking that they wouldn’t allow photography in the exhibition. However, both the Art Central and the Art Basel exhibition did allow photography.
Please enjoy 🙂