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The satellite image used by Google Earth of this remote location in Namibia could have been taken at the same time as I took the inset shot.
Here is where and why.
One of the most remote destinations in all of Africa, Serra Cafema is located on the banks of the Kunene River in the extreme north-west of Namibia, on Angola's southern border and is the most remote fixed safari camp in Southern Africa.
The only way to get there is to fly into the dust strip in the Hartman Valley and get picked up by Land Rover and drive the last few miles to the camp.
I found the Land Rover in GoogleMaps and used Google Earth to get a better angle. The resulting image looked familar and so I went back through my archives and found the photo (inset above) which given the angle looks as if I took it at same location the satellite shows the Land Rover.
The Google Earth generated view from the actual perspective of the Land Rover is a perfect match to my inset photo. However, for this montage I just panned up and back so that the Land Rover is in the shot too.