Monday, September 30, 2013

Sunset over a drowned forrest

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As dusk approaches over Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe, fishermen take to the water.

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Lake Kariba's breathtakingly ethereal drowned forest as sunset approaches.

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Wow, wow, just wow.  Africa, you've pulled out the stops with this sunset.

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The sun's reflection through the submerged forest.

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Lake Kariba is the world's largest artificial lake; when the Zambezi River was dammed, it flooded the forests in its path.

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And it resulted in these amazing petrified forests.

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Lake Kariba forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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Oh, Zimbabwe, be still my heart, you wowed me on this one.

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