Chosen as Photo of the Day, 10/10/19, by Outdoor Photographer Magazine.
The Etosha Pan, known as "The Great White Place", is a vast expanse, an ancient lakebed in northern Namibia. A national park, it is home to great herds of elephants, zebra, impala, giraffe, wart hogs, lions and more. The white clay of the salt pan blows and covers everything in a fine, white dust. Elephants who regularly partake in dust baths can loom like ghostly specters as they appear and disappear among thorn trees beyond the pan. Here three twisters lift spirals of salt and clay dust high into the air, while the animals below seem oblivious.