A Side View Mirror Trip Through Namibia

For the first time in our lives, Christine and I rented a car abroad and drove through a country. The car happened to come with side view mirrors. These side view mirrors happened to catch glimpses of the serene beauty that is the wondrous Namibian landscape. What follows is what I would consider the most art I’ll ever get involved with in this lifetime.

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Photo 1: Heroess Acre just outside of Windhoek, a national monument built by North Korea (obviously)

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Photo 2: Shrubbery amongst desert

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Photo 3: Enter some elevation

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Photo 4: Remove some elevation

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Photo 5: A Namibian reststop

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Photo 6: Some real elevation in Damaraland

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Photo 7: Winding passes

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Photo 8: Switch to the left side for a zebra

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Photo 9: Right side Etosha Park giraffe

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Photo 10: Storms a coming and we’re a going

 

THE END OF THE ART!

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