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Historic picture gallery of KTP camps and places of interest

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Re: Historic picture gallery of KTP camps and places of inte

Unread postby Red Dune » Sat May 11, 2013 9:53 pm

Historically, drought has always been part of this beautifull semi desert . . . . and as if in biblical times, it appears that we've just ended a 'fat seven year period' . . . and that that a couple of hard years of drought just might be ahead of us.

The attached spectacular photograph tells us the whole story of the arid region in the real sense of the word.

Traces of the road having been in the middle of the river-bed long before this picture was taken, can also be seen.

(pic also from Colour Library Books 1987)

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Namibia : on a sheep-farm in Nambia for 2 nights (14kms out)
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. . . with the red sand in my shoes . . I'll always return


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