‘ Spanish photographer Alvaro Sanchez-Montanes documents the abandoned ghost towns in Namibia that over time have been taken over by the Namib desert. With a post-apocalyptic feel, the desert appears to be swallowing the houses.
Namibia—In a scene stolen from a dream, a house succumbs to sand in Kolmanskop, once a thriving settlement for diamond miners. Winds have helped desert dunes reclaim the site, abandoned for more than 50 years. Photo by Marsel van Oosten, Squiver