In the footsteps of ancients...
This is Twyfelfontein ("doubtful spring" in Afrikaans) where there is the largest collection of ancient rock engravings in Africa. Nobody really knows how old they are but archeologists have evidence of human habitation in the area dating back at least 6000 years.
I was struck by how similar both the landscape is and the prehistoric art work is to that found in the "red centre" of Australia - it could have been Uluru, Kata Tjuta or King's Canyon in the Northern Territory.
In the end, maybe everything is joined up? Damn, I'm sounding like some New Age weirdo - sorry!