The dunes at Sossusvlei are probably Namibia’s best known tourist attraction. They are very old, very high, and very red. I could probably spend a month there and I would not run out of subject matter but more likely end up with a bad case of ‘Dune Mania’. I’m sure the prognosis for that condition is very poor.
So I lasted 5 days and by then the locals were getting very worried about me.
This image is an example of a dune abstract where two similar shapes balance each other nicely.
The ideal time to visit is early in the morning. The temperature is still bearable and tracks from previous visitors are mostly erased. Getting good shots involves climbing dunes. Doing so is not recommended after 10 am. It gets very hot.
Sony ILCE 7RM2, at ISO 125. 1/100 sec. Lens: FE 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 GM OSS at f-22. Tripod.