„Southwest Uganda, Uganda (Nigel Pavitt)“

from the gallery of John Warburton-Lee Photography

Lake Mutanda is possibly the most beautiful lake of the Great Lakes region. It has an idyllic backdrop of five volcanoes of the Virunga chain, which straddle the Uganda-Rwanda border. Lying at an altitude of 5,877 feet above sea level, the freshwater lake is a drowned valley system, which explains its numerous small islands to which dugout canoes ply back and forth. This photograph of the lake was taken at daybreak

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