Jan 222016
 
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On our first morning in Sossusvlei we were driven to a small (in African terms) stand of granite rocks, not far from our accommodation, which was affectionately known as “Little Stonehenge”. It was in the middle of a flat plain with towering ranges all around and at the edge of a relatively low set of dunes. After photographing around these dunes we returned for a “tailgate” picnic morning tea, and sheltered in the shade of these rocks. I prowled in and around the rocks shooting shapes and views and enjoying these ancient rock formations. As often happens to me in magic spots like this I lost track of time! I was the last one back to the transport to return to base. I could have stayed there for hours! I am still enjoying reviewing and processing my images from this area so you could say I am still there in spirit.

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  One Response to “Little Stonehenge – Barbara Burry”

  1. I remember this day well.

    My images all have a big sky, big desert feel and I really like this more intimate view.

    I am always amazed by how other photographers see the same thing differently

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