ID #2071

Rain Forest, Victoria Falls, Zambezi Valley, Western Zimbabwe, Southern Africa.

The droplets and vapour formed by “the smoke that thunders” nurtures this forest on the edge of the mighty chasm, leaving it permanently drenched and ensures that there is always at least one rainbow visible in the soft light of morning or evening. Mosses and vines surround the trunks of ebony, palm, wild fig and sausage trees, and ferns and brightly coloured lilies grace their feet. AGVictoria


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