Our days and evenings are very full. Here is a small selection of the still images collected as a photographic journal of the last few days.
Desert Panorama near Rosh Pinah, Namibia
Old trucks in Solitaire, Namibia. Namibia's roads notoriously eat any vehicles.
The Gobabeb Training and Research Station in the heart of the Namib Desert.
On our way through the Namib-Naukluft National Park in Namibia.
Testing the air as part of the United States' National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration's worldwide
greenhouse gas monitoring program.
Right, Miya Kabajani a third year student at Namibia's polytechnic, works with Christine Grummon from the USA
to make measurements of greenhouse gases.
Measuring the temperature at the research station.
Renown environmentalist and researcher Mary Seely climbs a dune in the evening outside the research center.
Members of the team join scientists in the dunes around Gobabeb.
The Desert Research Foundation has been studying the Namib desert for more than forty years.
Local communities benefit from the DRFN's work by systems they have set up to assist Namibian farmers with
Oom Pieter Bees is one of the oldest community members from the Topnaar community. He feels that the desert
climate has changed from the time he was a young man.
Jeff and Carl at work in the Namib Desert's shifting sands.
Sunset in Namibia.
Local Topnaar communities benefit in different ways from the Gobabeb Training and Research Center.