These images are from the south central and south east areas of the country. Specifically, the abandoned German diamond mining town of Kolmanskop and the salt pans of Sossusvlei (inside the Namib-Naukluft National Park).
Kolmanskop was built around 1908. It was still occupied until approximately 1954, although its vitality was greatly reduced long before it was abandoned. A diamond mine still operates adjacent to the town, although today it yields only small diamonds.
© Rudlin Fine Art