Riding across the Namib Desert

This series documents my journey crossing 300 kms of the Namib Desert in 8 days on Xerox, my super feisty eight year old cross Arab mare which
I just wanted to adopt on the spot! Starting in Ababis near the stunning red sand dunes of Sossusvlei National Park finishing in Swakopmund on the atmospheric Skeleton Coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Crossing the oldest desert in the world where zebras, giraffes, ostriches, jackals, hyenas and other desert adapted animals can easily be spotted from horse back while galloping across vast plains to cover as much ground before sunset where we placed our swag under a canopy of endless stars (no tent needed here!).

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Chile from desert to street protest

This documents the raw beauty of the Atacama desert by way of hiking, biking and horse riding through other worldly landscapes reminiscent of our Moon and planet Mars. It was hard to leave this mystical place.

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This series is taken mostly on top of "Blizard" my trusted stock horse which took me on a 120km trek for 4 days and 5 nights amongst the stunning landscape of Kosciuszko National Park in Australia..

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Sydney photographer Olivia Sellar specialises in Portraits, Travel, Food, Editorial and Still Life photography,
Olivia's assignments encompass both Australia and New Zealand