Quiver Tree Forest Sunset - Namibia

Quiver Tree Forest Sunset - Namibia

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The sun sets behind the Quiver Trees (Aloe dichotoma) in the "Quiver Tree Forest" at Keetmanshoop, Namibia.

Why are they called Quiver Trees?
The Khoisan Bushman people of the Kalahari Desert, hollowed out the succulent branches to make "Quivers" to put their arrows in for hunting game. As there are not a lot of trees and resources in the Desert, they had to use what was available.

Image by Martin Heigan

Fine Art Print

  • Lustre Paper
  • Packaged and delivered in a tube


Acrylic Gallery Quality Ready To Hang Wall Art

  • Glossy smooth surface
  • 1/8" thick premium acrylic
  • Lustre Paper
  • Hand polished crystal clear edges
  • Aluminum Backing
  • French Cleat Hanger


  • Due Difference In Monitors Color And Brightness Adjustments, Actual Wall Art Colors May Be Slightly Different From The Product Image