Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Flying over the Chobe flood plains

Anyone who has travel to Namibia through the Ngoma border post from Botswana would have seen this Baobab tree over looking the Chobe flood plains.About 1Km away from this tree is also the two Baobab Safari Camps that belong to Wilderness Safaris.I was there for some work not long ago and I enjoyed my  visit with its stunning views .

8 comments:

martinealison said...

Une oeuvre que j'apprécie particulièrement... Gros bisous

Art with Liz said...

You live in Paradise!

John (JWJarts) said...

Excellent work. I love the placement of the bird which perfectly balances the tree.

Roger Brown My Botswana Art said...

Thanks John,glad it worked out,I thought the bird might not be enough but it seems ok.

Sy said...

stunning

Alvin R. said...

This is really well done. I thought it was a photograph. The atmosphere is palpable! Merry Christmas to you Roger!

Marja's Stamp Addiction - Marja's Creativity said...

Hi I have looked on your site and what a beautiful art you made. All these beautiful Nature. Gorgeous.
I am a beginner wit my painting Blog. I had already one for stamping. But I adore your work, my compliments.
Lovely greet
Marja (The Netherlands)

Magnetic Island Artist Edward Blum. said...

I keep returning and telling my friends. You have an incredible future for such a young man. You cannot be taught this it is a gift you were born with.