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That buffaloes! It is at the time of a plane overflight of the delta that this photo was taken. Not easy, that does not move badly and the synthetic glazings are not there to arrange the things.

Length of 1300 km, Okavango is the third river of the Southern Africa of share its size. It takes its source in Angola, skirts the band of Caprivi to Namibia, before entering to Botswana and throwing themselves in the delta. It is then literally absorbed by sands of Kalahari, by describing an incredible number of meanders, channels, that is to say a vast labyrinth of 15 000 km².

Original posting corrected, frame harmonisation.
French translation too.


This shot is not colorized through postprocessing.
Raw scan as workshop

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Additional Photos by JeanPierre Fayeulle (fayeulle) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1956 W: 626 N: 6621] (27827)
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