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Rock art, Tsodilo Hills, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ngamiland, Botswana, Africa

Rock art, Tsodilo Hills, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ngamiland, Botswana, Africa


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Rock art, Tsodilo Hills, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ngamiland, Botswana, Africa

Robert Harding Picture Library provides high quality travel, nature, wildlife & environmental photos

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© Patrick Dieudonne

Animal Representation Botswana Giraffe Rock Art Rock Drawing Safari Animal Ngamiland Tsodilo Hills


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This print showcases the mesmerizing rock art found at Tsodilo Hills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Ngamiland, Botswana, Africa. The image captures the essence of an ancient civilization and takes us on a journey back in time. The close-up shot reveals intricate details of the historic artwork etched onto the rocks. Each stroke tells a story, preserving the rich history of this remarkable place. The vibrant colors bring life to these age-old drawings, allowing us to appreciate their beauty even today. In this particular piece, we see a majestic giraffe depicted with precision and skill. Its graceful form is captured in such detail that it almost feels like the animal could come alive at any moment. This representation serves as a testament to how deeply connected early civilizations were with nature. The photograph's horizontal composition perfectly frames the rock drawing against its natural surroundings. With no people present in the image, we are left alone to marvel at this incredible work of art and contemplate its significance. Tsodilo Hills is not just an ordinary archaeological site; it is a sacred place for local communities who believe it holds spiritual power. As we gaze upon this photograph by Patrick Dieudonne/Robert Harding, we can't help but feel humbled by our ancestors' creativity and ingenuity – reminding us that history continues to shape our world today.

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