Friday, 3 October 2014

WEEKEND REFLETIONS - Lake at Game Haven, Malawi

This is the lake at the Game Haven Park I visited on my 2nd day in Malawi.  There were no animals at the lake however 3 new birds for me.  Most of the birds I saw in Malawi and South Africa were LIFERS.  It was very peaceful looking.  I am linking this post with WEEKEND REFLECTIONS.






Pied Kingfisher on right and African Wagtail on left.


Pied Kingfisher




White Breasted Cormorant

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Many thanks for all your comments.


23 comments:

  1. Water, still or moving, always soothes my soul. And I adore the reflections too.

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  2. A pretty lake with such a varity of vegetation around it, including that pretty lush grass. Beautiful reflections, looks like a nice, quiet spot for perhaps a picnic!!

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  3. This looks like the ponds they build for watering golf courses but at least it has the advantage of Kingfishers and Cormorants. There must be fish for them.

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  4. lovely grasslands around the lake.

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  5. I enjoyed seeing the birds around the reflections. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Well when going to somewhere as exotic as Malawai new birds are bound to happen Margaret. The Pied Kingfishere is a beauty.

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  7. Lovely pictures Margaret.
    What is the structure with the two drums/barrels?
    Have a Nice Weekend!

    Peace :)

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  8. Nice peaceful spot..great shots. I wonder what the floaters are for.

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  9. A most enchanting place for them to roam!

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  10. Everything looks so very calm. Wow, that tree is growing very deep in the water! Maybe it was there before there even was water.

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  11. I love the color of Earth in Africa, there have so much contrast... Beautiful serie indeed ; I'm very happy to travel thanks to your blog.

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  12. such a nice little lake. And I enjoyed to see the kingfisher. :)

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  13. great finds! Lovely landscapes too!

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  14. pretty pond reflections and the sky is pretty too.

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  15. Pretty views of the lake and the birds. Cool Kingfisher. Lovely reflections.. Happy weekend!

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  16. Congrats on the lifers! And the Lake is just so peaceful and beautiful -- reflective in both senses of the word.

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  17. Love the colors in the first and second shots, beautiful shots of the Kingfisher and like those blue floating things. I have finally added you to my list of blogs I follow. I have been meaning to do so for some time.

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  18. Beautiful pond views! I've never seen a Pied Kingfisher before. He's so interesting. Lovely post. :)

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  19. It must be amazing to see Africa first hand. Thank you for sharing through your lens this amazing land.

    Thanks for visiting the castle on the hill on my blog Living the Gardening Life.

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  20. It must be fantastic as a birder to see a lifer, I've heard the expression before Margaret, not really sure exactly what it means ?

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  21. Lovely reflection photos!

    Happy Weekend
    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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