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Lakes, Malawi in Africa

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Likoma, Lake Nyasa - waiting for the Mission Steamer Featured Lakes Print

Likoma, Lake Nyasa - waiting for the Mission Steamer

Likoma on Likoma Island, Lake Nyasa (Lake Malawi), Malawi - waiting for the arrival of the Mission Steamer. Malawi was at this stage Nyasaland, a British protectorate established in 1907.
circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1910s, Africa, Arrival, Awaiting, Boat, Boats, British, Carved, Central, Colony, District, Flag, Island, Jack, Lake, Likoma, Log, Malawi, Mission, Missionary, Nyasa, Nyasaland, Paddling, Protectorate, Steamer, Tranditional, Transport, Union, Universities, Villagers

20076273 Featured Lakes Print

20076273

MALAWI Mulanje Micro-credit loan. Cropped shot of Peter Makfero Hamilton who travels to Lake Malawi to buy fish to resell in business started using money lent by his village credit union

© Crispin Hughes eye ubiquitous / hutchison

Africa, Business, Markets, People

A smoke pall dominates this view of tropical southern Africa Featured Lakes Print

A smoke pall dominates this view of tropical southern Africa

July 23, 2011 - A smoke pall dominates this view of tropical southern Africa, one of the most fire-prone regions of the world. Oblique, northwest-looking view showing the extent of smoke on the African plateau, from central Zimbabwe (lower left) to northern Malawi (top right), and in the wide coastal plains of the lower Zambezi River valley of Mozambique (lower right). Here smoke can be seen blowing inland, channeled up the Zambezi River valley and contributing to the pall on the plateau. The light gray smoke plumes contrast with higher altitude, brighter patchy cloud cover at image lower right. The smoke palls obscure the details on the land surface so that Lake Malawi, one of Africaa??s Great Lakes, is barely visible. The same goes for Lake Cahora Bassa, Africaa??s fourth largest reservoir, in the Zambezi valley. Solar panels extending from Russian spacecraft docked at the International Space Station are visible at image left

© Stocktrek Images