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RHINO SUNSET DRINK ETOSHA
The Flower on canal
Workers
Father and Son Fishing in The Adirondacks
Inking up
Staring at the Horizon
American Adding Machine
"Ma'am, Sir! please throw"
Sunrise under the pier
Tunnel Vision
Lumangwe Falls
Kabwelume Falls
Trompettiste congolais
Autumn in the forest
In a singing mood
womens tug of war, nikon d40 aparuture 5.6
Frozen glance
Link
Sunny City beyond the glass
Cock-man
Hidden charm
Black-Necked Stilts Flying in Formation
Where's Waldo? Waldo is the pelican.
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Kabwelume Falls

The Kalungwishi River is the hidden treasure of northern Zambia, coming from the main plateau and flowing north to Lake Mweru. The river´s water is crystal clear and there are three unbelievably beautiful falls on its last 100 kilometers before flowing into Lake Mweru. First it´s the Lumangwe Falls, also called the "little Victoria Falls" because it resembles Zambia´s most famous falls. A few kilometers downstream the Kabwelume Falls follow, by far the most beautiful falls you can find. Only 30 kilometers before the lake the Kundabwika Falls are the last ones at Kalungwishi River.

TAGS: Africa, Falls, River, Zambia

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© Ulf Krone.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2016
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 19, 2016, 4:44 a.m.
Camera Make: LEICA CAMERA AG
Camera Model: LEICA Q (Typ 116)
Focal Length: 28mm
Shutter Speed: 1/2000
Aperture: f7.1
ISO: ISO640
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PHOTO LOCATION northeast of Kawambwa, Zambia