Namibia is magic. The wild animals, the pale lightening, the sand dunes that towered like mountains over a turquoise sea. The ancient people who lived there, the petroglyphs, the place’s history. No map, no magazine, no issue of National Geographic could ever convey the mystique of this place. A place of sand dunes, diamonds and empty stretches of land. A place so rich in human history that the earth bleeds crimson. And though I left her oceans of sand more than four years ago, the place has not left me.
My name is Lobsang. I’m a film photographer from Tibet. I’ve traveled the world. I’ve lived on the road and off the land. I’ve visited many countries and photographed them all. But despite all my travels, nothing could have prepared for the breathtaking wonder that is Namibia.