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The Nile River in Southern Sudan seen from above. One of its branches is the Blue Nile River which originates at Lake Tana, Ethiopia. The Ethiopian Highlands are in the background.
Posted by Rod at 13:00 in Eco, Ethiopia, Nature, Photography, Sudan, Travel | Permalink
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Total love the travel photos. Looks amazing!
Greg G |
14 December 2011 at 04:24
I agree, Greg. I was going to say how special the Nile is to the history of the world. But there is more "world" than we often think about or consider. All rivers are ancient and have some special meaning to all of us on this planet.
You're certainly living the most and making the most use of you're life, Rod. And that's good.
Derrick from Philly |
14 December 2011 at 08:33
Thanks for the photos of your trip in East Africa. I'm from Kenya and appreciate every one of them. The ones above, for example, is something I studied in 5th grade with only the aid of hand-drawn maps. It's so nice to finally see what an aerial view of the area really is like.
14 December 2011 at 20:02
So beautiful - thanks for sharing:)
14 December 2011 at 23:45
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