Pirogues on the Congo

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    The drive back took us two and half hours and we just missed the ferry back. So we left the land cruiser with the driver and took a pirogue back across the Congo. The sun was setting and the water horizon sky and water melted into a pink haze.

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    1. grahambrown1965 90 months ago | reply

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      An excellent capture and composition.

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