Photographer's Note

Sea mist is a common weather phenomenon along the Namibia coast. The cold current coming up from the Antarctic (Benguella Current) meets the hot, dry air of the Namibian interior and this results in the familiar grey, dampness of the coast. Here it seldom rains but desert life survives thanks to the moisture that condenses on the ground.

This shot was taken on the Swakopmund Jetty

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