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Linvell Chirwa

WRA Malawi

October 2016




Group pic

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Group pic




Dhow

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Dhow




Moon

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Moon




Sunrise in the rain

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Sunrise in the rain




Malawi, old taylor

Black & white portrait of an old taylor in a village in Senga Bay, Malawi.

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Lake Malawi

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Lake Malawi




Barber shop

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Barber shop




Namiashi Lodge

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Namiashi Lodge




Lake Malawi

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Lake Malawi




Northern shore Lake Malawi

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Northern shore Lake Malawi




Lake Malawi, rift valley

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Lake Malawi, rift valley




Namiashi Lodge

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Namiashi Lodge




Lake Malawi

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Lake Malawi




Namiashi Lodge

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Namiashi Lodge




Lake Malawi

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Lake Malawi




Sparrow

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Sparrow




Lake Malawi

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Lake Malawi




Lake flies

From Wikipedia: Lake Malawi is famous for the huge swarms of tiny, harmless lake flies, Chaoborus edulis.These swarms, typically appearing far out over water, can be mistaken for plumes of smoke and were also noticed by David Livingstone when he visited the lake. The aquatic larvae feed on zooplankton, spending the day at the bottom and the night in the upper water levels. When they pupate they float to the surface and transform into adult flies. The adults are very short-lived and the swarms, which can be several hundred meters tall and often have a spiraling shape, are part of their mating behavior. They lay their eggs at the water's surface and the adults die. The larvae are an important food source for fish, and the adult flies are important both to birds and local people, who collect them to make kungu cakes/burgers, a local delicacy with a very high protein content.




Lake Malawi

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Lake Malawi





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