Crisis averted!!! I have managed to get hold of a charger for my laptop while I am in Opuwo, Namibia. Most of the time is spent out in the bush working on the research project. Namibia is a very easy place to be and does not suffer to the same extend of some of its neighbors. Yet at times I am finding things to be scarce.
Its not that food is in short supply in Namibia, just the location of the town I am based in, Opuwo is 500 km from the capital Windhoek meaning shops are supplied from the capital once or twice a week.
This however is not an issue as most of the time is spent 2-3 hours from town where a tent becomes my home and the bush becomes my living space.
The simplicity of the living leaves you to focus on very little, food, coffee, building the perfect fire and photography. Often I feel very isolated but relish the experience. The landscape changes constantly, from sparse flat scrubland.
To rolling hills, covered in sun scorched grass.
As we move so often life is often viewed through a window, offering glimpses of the world outside.
When working out in the bush a couple of times the camera has been snatched from my hands by members of the tribe I am working with, below is one such example of the resulting image, not bad for a first attempt.