Namibia is located in southwestern Africa and is one of the most uninhabited countries on the planet due to the large amount of arid deserts it contains. The Namib desert, considered the oldest in the world, has 65 million years of history and its beauty is proportional to its age.
For this reason, the Australian photographer Leah Kennedy has wanted immortalize this spectacle of nature.
The conditions harmful to the life of this place create a forbidden, magical environment full of colors that conceive one of the greatest beauties of nature. As in this time of autumn, the desert is dyed yellow, orange, brown and red colors that get a combination that seduces those who see it.
Kennedy, transmits through this series of images the infinity of curves of these celestial desert landscapes. It seems that they never end because of their variety of asymmetrical shapes that confuse the human mind.