Photograph by Stefan Forster, @natgeoyourshot // The contest ends today, May 27 at 12p.m. ET! Enter your best travel photos for a chance to be named the 2016 Travel Photographer of the Year. Visit http://ift.tt/1sm4Kmv to enter. Learn more about this contest entry from the photographer: Over the last 7 years I had one aim—photograph rain in the driest desert of Africa. In 2015 finally I found the rain. In the breathtaking scenery of the Namibrand-Park right at the border of the Namib Naukluft Nationalpark. An enormous thunderstorm came in and the setting sun created a wonderful rainbow. The challenge was, to not have my shadow in the picture.



Photograph by Stefan Forster, @natgeoyourshot // The contest ends today, May 27 at 12p.m. ET! Enter your best travel photos for a chance to be named the 2016 Travel Photographer of the Year. Visit http://ift.tt/1sm4Kmv to enter. Learn more about this contest entry from the photographer: Over the last 7 years I had one aim—photograph rain in the driest desert of Africa. In 2015 finally I found the rain. In the breathtaking scenery of the Namibrand-Park right at the border of the Namib Naukluft Nationalpark. An enormous thunderstorm came in and the setting sun created a wonderful rainbow. The challenge was, to not have my shadow in the picture.
Photograph by Stefan Forster, @natgeoyourshot // The contest ends today, May 27 at 12p.m. ET! Enter your best travel photos for a chance to be named the 2016 Travel Photographer of the Year. Visit http://ift.tt/1sm4Kmv to enter. Learn more about this contest entry from the photographer: Over the last 7 years I had one aim—photograph rain in the driest desert of Africa. In 2015 finally I found the rain. In the breathtaking scenery of the Namibrand-Park right at the border of the Namib Naukluft Nationalpark. An enormous thunderstorm came in and the setting sun created a wonderful rainbow. The challenge was, to not have my shadow in the picture. Photograph by Stefan Forster, @natgeoyourshot // The contest ends today, May 27 at 12p.m. ET! Enter your best travel photos for a chance to be named the 2016 Travel Photographer of the Year. Visit http://ift.tt/1sm4Kmv to enter. Learn more about this contest entry from the photographer: Over the last 7 years I had one aim—photograph rain in the driest desert of Africa. In 2015 finally I found the rain. In the breathtaking scenery of the Namibrand-Park right at the border of the Namib Naukluft Nationalpark. An enormous thunderstorm came in and the setting sun created a wonderful rainbow. The challenge was, to not have my shadow in the picture. Reviewed by FHMWeb on 08:42 Rating: 5

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