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© Namibia - The Trees of Deadvlei - by: Houghaard Malan
Houghaard Malan's stunning African landscape photography are perfect as wall art, in any home or office.  Malan bought is first SLR camera at the age of 19 and within two, years he was well on his way to turning his new found passion, landscape photography into a fulltime career.  “I am inspired by moments when the elements of nature combine as if painted by a god, to create scenes so beautiful that one has to take the time to stand back in awe and marvel at the beauty of the world we live in. I want my photos to remove the viewer from their present location and transport them to the scene so they can feel the wind and see the golden light of the setting sun on their skin. That is the purpose of a landscape photo, to experience the beauty of a place without being there.”
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© Namibia - Excelsior - by: Houghaard Malan
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© Namibia - The Lucky Lilies - by: Houghaard Malan
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© Namibia -The Pyramid - by: Houghaard Malan
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© Botswana - Orange Darkness - by: Houghaard Malan
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© South Africa, Mpumalanga - Blyde in Full Flow - by: Houghaard Malan
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Lesotho - Sehlabathebe National Park, Drakensberg - by: Houghaard Malan
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© South Africa - Gold Rush - Glentana Beach, Garden Route - by: Houghaard Malan
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© South Africa - Kalahari Summer Sunset - by: Houghaard Malan
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© South Africa -Kogelbay Sunset - Western Cape - by: Houghaard Malan
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© South Africa - Purple Dawn - Hole in the Wall, Wild Coast - By: Hougaard Malan
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© South Africa -Eastern Freestate Autumn - By: Hougaard Malan

Prints Available: https://www.hougaardmalan.com/
Workshops: https://www.capturearth.com/

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Paul van Schalkwyk a native of Namibia was born in 1955, and in 1962, he took his first picture and instantly lost his heart to the mystical world of photography.   In 1964, Paul boarded a private plane for the first time which ultimately leads to his first solo flight in 2002. Since then he has logged more than 1000 hours in the sky in constant pursuit to capture, his interpretation, of that “god’s eye” view of the world.

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Paul has won more than 50 awards, both locally and internationally, for his work as photographer, cinematographer, director and writer. His photographs continuously published in various local and international publications that include National Geographic, Geo, Stern and Go magazine.

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Paul van Schalkwyk Black Velvet

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An exclusive collection of classic Paul van Schalkwyk Photography images is available as Limited Edition Fine Art Prints.                           

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The Zambezi Queen is unique in that it's a sophisticated, luxury experience that has not lost the essence of all that is uniquely African.  There can be few natural wonders as synonymous with Africa's raw wilderness as the great Chobe River. These waters divide Namibia's Caprivi Strip from Botswana's Chobe National Park, and its exotic banks boast one of the densest populations of wildlife on the African continent. Teeming with life, this National Park sprawls across some 11,000 m of lush African bush, and is home to the largest populace of elephants in the world – currently estimated at roughly 120 000. Along with the elephants, prides of leopard and lion, huge groups of buffalo, waterbuck, roan, eland, sable, giraffe, and, if you are lucky, one of the rare puku, can also be seen. In the river itself watch out for hippo and crocodile, and keep your binoculars at the ready for spotting a rich selection of bird life.
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River Cruise
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Zambezi River Cruise
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Sunset view from Zambezi Queen
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Hippo viewed from Zambezi Queen
Why join the crowds on land-based game drives when you can experience the thrill of it all from your own private suite aboard a luxury 45 meter boat? The Zambezi Queen operates in 5-star opulence, and is all about pampering, indulgence, and superior comfort.
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Bedroom on Zambezi Queen
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Bathroom Zambezi Queen
Whether you are dining on our third level restaurant watching the animals gather at the water at dusk, game viewing from one of our private boats, or attempting to land your first tiger fish, our professional team will be on hand to meet your every need.
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Zambezi Queen Deck
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Zambezi Queen Lounge
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Zambezi Queen Dining
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Zambezi Queen Safari Via Special Boat
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Zambezi Queen Lounge
The Zambezi Queen operates on the Chobe River, situated between Namibia and Botswana. The boat is based on the banks of the Caprivi Strip and is only a few kilometers from the place where uniquely, four countries meet, namely Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana and Namibia.
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The Zambezi Queen is conveniently located about 80km from both Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe and Livingstone Zambia and 3km from Kasane International Airport all of which have international airports and operate regular scheduled flights out of Johannesburg, with Kasane been ideally suited to charter flights.
Transfers from airport to the boat are by road and takes approximately 90 minutes. Road transfer guests will be collected from immigration situated on the banks of the river at Kasane in Botswana for the 10 minute boat transfer to our docking station. Access to the Zambezi Queen on the Namibian side is made possible by a 30 minute charter flight from Victoria Falls to Impillia Island followed by a 10 minute boat ride aboard one of our tender boats.
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Zambezi Queen On Chobe River
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Zambezi Queen Deck Layout

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Grosskopff Lombart Huyberechts & Associates Architects - based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and have been in practice since 1945.
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© GLH - Architects - Four Seasons Gate of Kuwait Tower

Rodney Grosskopff - Founder

In 1959, while still a student, Rodney joined Manfred Hermer’s practice, established in 1945. Soon after qualifying in 1966, he became a partner in Manfred Hermer Grosskopff. This was the foundation of the practice known today as GLH. Rodney has designed and been associated with some of the firm’s most notable buildings over the last half-century. His architectural philosophy has been To Add Value, which remains the company’s credo to this day. Rodney is a Professional Architect registered with SACAP and SAIA.

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Pierre Lombart - Chairman

Pierre qualified in Belgium at the ISA St Luc in Brussels, and joined GLH in 1984 as an architect and urban planner. He became a partner in 1987, and chairman in 2006. During his tenure, the office became an internationally recognised practice, proud to build some of the most notable buildings, and be involved with some of the largest corporations in the country. He continues his influence on the urban and conceptual design stage of the major projects and maintains the firm’s liaison with major clients. Pierre is a Professional Architect registered with SACAP.

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Xavier Huyberechts - Senior Partner/Member

Xavier qualified in Belgium at the ISA St Luc in Brussels. He joined GLH in 1994, became a partner in 1997, and the senior member in 2005. Xavier is a Professional Architect registered with SACAP and SAIA.
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Andrew Wood - Partner/Member

Andrew joined GLH in 1995, whilst still a student at the University of the Witwatersrand. He became an associate in 1999, and a partner in the practice in 2006. Andrew is a Professional Architect registered with SACAP and SAIA.

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Briget Grosskopff - Partner/member
Briget qualified at the University of the Witwatersrand with degrees in both Architecture and Fine Arts. She joined GLH in 1994 and became a partner in 1997. Briget is a Professional Architect registered with SACAP and SAIA.
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Louise O’Raw – Partner/Member
Louise qualified at Technikon Witwatersrand with an N Dip Arch as the best student in the country. She joined GLH as a student in 1991, became an associate in 1999, and a partner in the practice in 2004. Louise is a Professional Senior Architectural Technologist registered with SACAP and a GBCSA Green Star Accredited Professional.
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© GLH Architects - Park Inn Hotel
www.glh.co.za

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