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Fotografía de viajes: Africa

Fotografía de viajes: Africa
Foto de Africa del Sur (Old lighthouse at Cape Point is mainly a great viewpoint) Foto de Angola (Waves running high above a shipwreck) Foto de Argelia (The amphitheatre of Djemila with views over the surrounding mountains) Foto de Benín (Village on stilts in Benin) Foto de Bosnia y Herzegovina (Pigeon Square is the starting point of any exploration of the Baščaršija quarter) Foto de Botsuana (African jacana walking o waterlily leaves) Foto de Burkina Faso (Sunrise colouring the peaks of Sindou orange) Foto de Burundi (Looking up the pyramid erected by Dr. Burkhart) Foto de Cabo Verde (The rugged westcoast of Santo Antão with the Topo da Coroa in the background) Foto de Camerún (Boy with shoe stall at Nkombe market) Foto de Chad (Camels in the Guelta d'Archeï) Foto de Comoras (View of Lake Dzialandzé, the mother of all water on Anjouan island) Foto de Costa Marfil (Fresh green open field in Azagny National Park) Foto de Egipto (Detail of tomb in ar-Rifai mosque) Foto de Eritrea (Old caretaker near Zula) Foto de Etiopia (Priest of Bilbilla Chirkos proudly showing a precious old goatskin book) Foto de Gabón (White beach of Cap Esterias) Foto de Gambia (Carrying passengers to the pirogue for the Gambia river crossing) Foto de Ghana (Tomato seller on African market) Foto de Guinea ecuatorial (Afternoon light on one of the small ponds on the waterfront of Bata) Foto de Guinea-Bissáu (Reflection of palm trees in a small lake) Foto de Haití (Tap-taps are decorated on all sides) Foto de Kenia (Rickshaw parked at a prominent building on Government Square in the old town of Mombasa) Foto de Lesoto (Landscape with hut near Semonkong) Foto de Liberia (One of the golden beaches of Monrovia) Foto de Madagascar (Landscape near Ankavandra) Foto de Malawi (Malawian girl with hat on Chizumulu Island) Foto de Mali (Great Mosque of Djenné: adobe structure) Foto de Marruecos (Tanneries at Fes: working the skin) Foto de Mauricio (Beach of Ile aux Cocos with Ile aux Sables in the background) Foto de Mauritania (Patterns on the orange sand of sand dunes in the desert) Foto de Mozambique (Walking the shore at low tide: three Ibo girls on the hunt) Foto de Namibia (Sesriem landscape: trees and sand dunes) Foto de Niger (Tuareg carrying a goat with him at the cattle market) Foto de Nigeria (Women selling pips at the market of Oyingbo) Foto de Rep. Democrática del Congo (Pointy mountain seen from the steep slopes of Nyiragongo) Foto de República Centroafricana (Makumba in the rainforest eating some fruit) Foto de República del Congo (Looking up the pointed windows and doors of Saint Annes basilica) Foto de Ruanda (One of the many tea plantations near Gisakura) Foto de Senegal (Windows in a typical Saint Louis building with sunlight) Foto de Serbia (Clouds looming over Lago Amelia) Foto de Seychelles (Source d'Argent, La Digue: granite boulders) Foto de Sierra Leone (Sierra Leone - river and boat) Foto de Somalia (Badly damaged detail of a decoration of St Francis in the badly damaged cathedral) Foto de Sudn del Sur (Kids looking as student writes his name on the surface of the rocks on Jebel Kujul) Foto de Sudán (Animal-headed god inside one of the royal tombs of El Kurru) Foto de Swazilandia (The rocky top of Phophonyane falls) Foto de Tanzania (Tower of the Old Fort of Stone Town) Foto de Togo (Village in northern Togo) Foto de Uganda (Woman trying to sell fish at market on the shore of Lake Edward) Foto de Yibuti (Shepherd in the plains of Lac Abbé) Foto de Zambia (Hippos in the Zambezi river) Foto de Zimbabwe (Rainbow over the gorge into which the Zambezi falls)

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