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Monday
May192014

Volunteer Photo of the Week: Emma Kingston

A Gemsboks (Oryx gazella) traversing the striking, scorched red landscape of the Namib Desert. Taken whilst on Frontier's Namibia Carnivore Conservation Programme, Emma Kingston framed this sumptuous shot that showcases the paradox of a seemingly lifeless environment, but the beauty that can still unfold from it. Vote for Emma to win Volunteer Photo of the Month at the end of May on the Frontier Official Facebook page.

Image courtesy of Emma Kingston on the Namibia Carnivore Conservation Programme

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