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Sparkling snapshots
Issue 4 (May 2009) Photographic gems have been displayed by Namibia Tourist Board to commemorate the centenary of the day a diamond was  first discovered in the country. Budding photographers from within the tourist industry were asked to submit their favourite snaps. The winners were displayed at the World Travel Market in London in the autumn.
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Making light work
Issue 4 (May 2009) Steve Bloom grew up in Cape Town, emigrating to the UK when he was 24 years old. In 1990 he returned to southern Africa and has built a collection of pictures which trace his love affair with the continent. His inventive use of light in photography is particularly apparent in his animal portraits, and we’ve chosen some of our favourites to profile over the following pages. He says, “Africa for me is like a love lost, but always re-found. It brings joy and pain that remain forever within me. Each time I return, my senses rediscover this land – the tingle of dust in my nostrils and the raw smell of earth when the first rains fall. The warm glowing light of the morning and the vast open spaces draw me back again and again to try to capture, in photographic image, the spirit of the land and the many people and animals who live in it”.
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Driving position
Issue 5 (November 2009) Planning a self-drive trip to Namibia can be overwhelming. There is a lot to chose from, and it can be hard to judge distances. We asked self-drive experts ATI to draw up a relaxing itinerary for a fortnight-long trip.
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Namibia Factfile

Issue 5 (November 2009)

• Language: English (official), Afrikaans, German and several ethnic languages

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Sensational sundowners
Issue 5 (November 2009) We’ll show you the best places to relax with a drink in your hand at the end of the day.
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