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Doorways, Namibia  George Steinmetz

If color could speak Picture of multiple doorways, colorful walls, and sand, Namibia

THE DOORS I Namibia, Africa, 2014 • Lightroom Photo Gallery by Pepe Soho • Mexican Photographer

THE DOORS I Namibia, Africa, 2014 • Lightroom Photo Gallery by Pepe Soho • Mexican Photographer

Kolmanskop, Namibia:A former diamond mining town in the Namib Desert where geological forces have buried many houses in sand.

12 Most Dark And Mysterious Places On Earth

These places seriously look like portals to another world. For more mystery, darkness, and one very sinister portal, don& miss Season 2 of Witches of East End, Sundays at on Lifetime.

Kolmanskop, Namibia | Ghost Town | Abandoned Diamond Mining Town

Abandoned diamond mining town of Kolmanskop, Namibia. The previous owner of this place clearly enjoyed color!

Kolmanskop, a ghost town in the desert of southern Namibia, Africa. In the 1900s, diamonds were discovered just sitting upon the sand, waiting to be found, so people from all over the world with diamond fever flocked there. After the First World War when diamonds sales dropped, the sand-clearing squad failed to show up. Kolmanskop turned into a ghost town being buried by sand and trapped in time. I was very young when I went, was amazing

Featured Place: Kolmanskop, Namibia

Kolmanskop, a ghost town in the desert of southern Namibia, Africa. In the diamonds were discovered just sitting upon the sand, waiting to be found, so people from all over the world with diamond fever flocked there. After the First World War when

Bermuda doorway in homeless area

worn pastels, building interior, doorway, beautiful decay, patina>Love this look

Kolmanskop, Namibia

The Coast of Western Africa

The 'Indoor Desert' series. Ghost House of Kolmanskop (Namibia; Located near a diamond mine and within the restricted area of Sperrgebiet, Kolmanskop was a small but rich mining village in southern Namibia, founded by a group of Germans once diamonds were first discovered in the area in 1908) by Álvaro Sánchez-Montañés (b1973 Madrid, Spain) http://www.alvarosh.es/en/bio

The Desert Inside: Ghost House of Kolmanskop Photographed by...

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