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Namibia is essentially a dry country, bordered by perennial rivers in the north and south, the bulk of the country sees ephemeral rivers flow for a few short days each year if the rains are good. These rivers seldom reach the sea, when they do the event makes headline news. The Kunene river is perennial and flows along Namibia’s northern border with Angola. The mighty river is a spectacular sight to see with the Epupa falls thundering down 60m over a distance of 1.5 km.
This shot was taken in the early evening when visitors take advantage of the cooler time of day to walk amongst the falls and enjoy the sights and sounds.

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