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Zambia has a small park with an excellent view of the edge of Victoria Falls. Crossing the bridge from Zimbabwe into Zambia was very interesting with the…

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Nata Sanctuary at sunrise. If your a birder this is the place to go. Flamingos everywhere! The salt pans are quite beautiful. This year there was late rains…

Khama Rhino Sanctuary is a hidden gem. It is a wonderful sanctuary. We had a rare moment of seeing white and black rhinos drinking side by side. I was so…

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My entry for this weeks landscape competition over at Helen's blog. See: https://www.photoblog.com/forum/t/weekly-theme-9th-december-landscapes/197898

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To continue day 8 we are just leaving the mainland of Tanzania on our 2 hour flight with Coastal Aviation and continuing on to the Island of Zanzibar. Arriving…

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