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The Mandara Mountains of Rumsiki, Cameroon (1989)

Rumsiki is a village in the Far North Province of Cameroon, located in the Mandara Mountains region - 3km from the north-eastern Nigerian border.

Home mostly to the Kapsiki people, due to its breathtaking natural scenery the village of Rumsiki has become a popular tourist attraction - mostly Westerners - where children in the village are known to act as tour guides and several pre-arranged attractions are put together for the benefit of these ‘visitors’. For this very reason, the village has unfortunately turned in to a tourist trap where most of the villagers lives and incomes are centered around these foreigners who ‘visit’ their home.

typicalugandan:

Land cleared for crops near Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda.

Photography by Joel Sartore

dailystruggle:

Mombasa, March 2012

typicalugandan:

Kampala, Uganda

Photography by robertgilbert86

iamforevernigerian:

Abeokuta, Nigeria

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dynamicafrica:

Lake Assal (honey lake) is a saline crater lake in the east African country of Djibouti located at the western end of the Gulf of Tadjoura, at the top of the Great Rift Valley, that lies 155 m (509 ft) below sea level making it the lowest point on land in Africa.

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anayrahwa:

Kombolcha, Ethiopia

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typicalugandan:

A thunderstorm moves over the eastern shore of Lake Albert, Uganda

Photography by Joel Sartore