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Keetmanshoop

Quivertree Forest, Keetmanshoop, Namibia. These 'trees' are actually giant aloes, the tallest being 200-300 years old. They are so-called because the San people hollowed out the branches to make quivers for their poisoned arrows. Beauty In Nature Giant Aloes Keetmanshoop Landscape Namibia Nature Poisoned Arrows Quivers Quivertree Forest San People Tree
Africa Damaged Dirty Ghost Town House Indoors  Keetmanshoop Messy Namibia Nature Photography Nature Takes Over No People Old Buildings Old Town Peeling Off Sand Steps And Staircase Unreal Weathered Yellow
Quivertree Forest, Keetmanshoop, Namibia. These 'trees' are actually giant aloes, the tallest being 200-300 years old. They are so-called because the San people hollowed out the branches to make quivers for their poisoned arrows. Beauty In Nature Giant Aloes Keetmanshoop Landscape Namibia Nature Poisoned Arrows Quivers Quivertree Forest San People Tree
Africa Broken Ghost Town Home Interior Indoors  Keetmanshoop Messy Modern Namibia Nature Nature Photography Neat No People Old Town Pillow Sand Sand Dunes Surface Level Surreal Unreal Wall - Building Feature
Moon over Quivertree Forest, Keetmanshoop, Namibia. These 'trees' are actually giant aloes, the tallest being 200-300 years old. They are so-called because the San people hollowed out the branches to make quivers for their poisoned arrows. Beauty In Nature Giant Aloes Keetmanshoop Landscape Namibia Nature Poisoned Arrows Quivers Quivertree Forest San People Tree
Quivertree Forest, Keetmanshoop, Namibia. These 'trees' are actually giant aloes, the tallest being 200-300 years old. They are so-called because the San people hollowed out the branches to make quivers for their poisoned arrows. Beauty In Nature Giant Aloes Keetmanshoop Landscape Namibia Nature Poisoned Arrows Quivers Quivertree Forest San People Tree
Quivertree Forest, Keetmanshoop, Namibia. These 'trees' are actually giant aloes, the tallest being 200-300 years old. They are so-called because the San people hollowed out the branches to make quivers for their poisoned arrows. Beauty In Nature Giant Aloes Keetmanshoop Namibia Nature Poisoned Arrows Quivers Quivertree Forest San People Tree
Quivertree Forest, Keetmanshoop, Namibia. These 'trees' are actually giant aloes, the tallest being 200-300 years old. They are so-called because the San people hollowed out the branches to make quivers for their poisoned arrows. Beauty In Nature Giant Aloes Keetmanshoop Landscape Namibia Nature Poisoned Arrows Quivers Quivertree Forest San People Tree
Rock_dassies in the Quivertree forest, Keetmanshoop, #Namibia. They are the closest relative to the elephant (despite size difference) based on similarities in feet & teeth ...#Rock_dassies #MyTelegraph Beauty In Nature Keetmanshoop Namibia Nature Quivertree Forest Relative Of The Elephant Rock Dassies Wild Life
Feels good to have seen, met and been to so many awesome places in our Namibia an early morning still at the Quivertreeforest near Keetmanshoop Lovewhatyoudo Dowhatyoulove
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