Perhaps I should have saved the title of my previous blog post for this. ‘What the hell am I doing here’ feels very fitting now that I, very surreal, seem to be back in Copenhagen. 84 mind blowing ‘the best days my life’ photography and adventure in Namibia, Western Australia, Malaysia and Borneo have come to a stop. But it is just a temporary stop to get rid of baggage in my life. Sojourning for ever as a travelling photographer. New horizons, new photographs await.

My to-do list is overwhelming with RAW files to develop, getting new web sites, compressing my life and company into a travelling mobile package, prepare for next take off etc. First up is finishing the project for United Plantations and develop their images, so it may be a little while before I get to my own work and new blog posts with new photos.

In the meantime, enjoy this image I shot at Deadvlei in Namibia. Namibia is the photographic highlight of this trip. It is the most beautiful place I have been. I am dead certain it is the most beautiful place in the world! It is also some of the best images I have created.  I dreamed of a whole country of Wide Open Spaces. I dreamed but it was not a dream, it truly exists!

Namibia, Deadvlei by Flemming Bo Jensen Photography.

“Principal joy of life comes from new experiences” – Christopher McCandless

“I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list!” – Susan Sontag

“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.” – Oscar Wilde

Must not fear. Fear is the Mind Killer” – Frank Herbert

26 Comments on “Sojourner”

  1. Kære Flemming

    Jeg håber ikke, det krænker din ophavsret, at jeg nu har brugt billedet som baggrund på mit skrivebord! Du skal blot føle dig beæret – for jeg er meget kræsen.


    1. I haven't tried it (kids I mean) but yes, travelling alone is ultimate freedom, I love it.

      Very happy you like the Deadvlei photo as there are about 50 more to come from this location 😀

      I was extremely lucky at Deadvlei. Clouds and soft warm light for about 1.5 hours after sunrise where the norm is clear sky and harsh harsh sun. Makes a world of difference.

  2. stunning image Flemming ! It sounds like you are beginning to establish the lifestyle you want…best of luck 🙂

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