by Ken Tanaka

Dan Suskin, an Atlanta-area neonatologist, recently took his two Leica M8s to one of the harshest places on earth: the Namibian desert. Not only did the cameras survive the journey but he returned with some truly stunning images from them. I am not generally a rock-and-tree photo enthusiast, particularly from places where both are scarce. But these are really uncommonly good images from a place that's becoming an increasingly common photo site.

Dan has a Flickr slide show, and you can also read the related Leica Forum thread.

Posted by: KEN TANAKA


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