Time for the Etosha salt pan.

This morning we were out of the gate as soon as it opened to catch the sunrise. We were heading for the Etosha Salt pan, 4500 square kms of ancient dried lake that covers at least 1/4 of the National park.

Once there we did our best to take some photos that made use of the vast flat backdrop. There were people balancing on each others hands, standing in a frying pan or being held by their friends. You’ll have to wait to see them once we get home.

This is a photo of the whole group on the Pan.

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