Friday, 16 January 2015

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - Lake Malawi

As you can see I am back posting shots from Malawi again.  My images were taken from a boat we were in and unlike these tourist we had the boat all to ourselves.


A boat with tourist in it probably also going to look for Fish Eagles.







This is the boat leaving with Daniel,my grandson on the far side of the boat and Jon, his father is on this side with the bald head with a few other people as they make their way off to a dive.   Daniel had completed his diving course and passed and so was allowed to dive with the adults.  I was very proud of him.

This is a short video of Daniel getting ready for a dive the day before and Annika nearly falling out of a tree!  CLICK HERE if it does not appear below.



Tomorrow, I will show you the last shots of birds that I saw around Montfont Cottages where we were staying while Daniel completed his diving course.

I am linking this post with WEEKEND REFLECTIONS.

I hope you all enjoyed this post.

Many thanks for visiting and also to all you leave comments.

29 comments:

  1. Delightful series, Margaret,. :)

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  2. Really amazing sights from a whole different corner of this world.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  3. Amazing and beautiful photos of Lake Malawi, Margareth!

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  4. Yea, for Daniel!! I know you are so proud. Beautiful photos, Margaret! blessings ~ tanna

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  5. Dearest Mariette; Wonderful reflection photographs from Malawi♬♬♬ Your 2 grandchildren are SO lovely; you sure are proud Grandma:-)

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*

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  6. these photos are so beautiful but they did tug a little at my hearts strings. so much poverty!!!

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  7. What a wonderful images of Lake Malawi.

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  8. Looks like a neat place to go boating!

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  9. doing wash in the river would not be fun, i think.

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  10. An interesting series picturing the natives. I liked seeing the video of Daniel do his new thing.

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  11. These pictures make me realize how blessed I am! I imagine it really hurts one's back to wash clothes in the river.

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  12. I so enjoyed the video that I forgot to look at the reflections. What a handsome, confident young man. And Annika is adorable ... she is going to turn some heads when she gets older. Nice post, Margaret ... I really enjoyed it.

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  13. Just beautiful. I do love water shots. Always.

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  14. What an interesting post from an interesting location. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. What an amazingly beautiful place Margaret. I'm very envious! Wonderful shots, particularly that one of the boy from behind.

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  16. Lovely shots from this adventure. It is a pleasure to watch your grandchildren having so much fun.

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  17. You have some great photos here Margaret.
    Enjoy your weekend

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  18. A delightfully atmospheric series, Margaret. Wishing you a great weekend

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  19. Superb series of the seawater world.

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  20. love the photo of the little boy in his canoe

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  21. That must have been a very interesting trip! I love that first photo with the wonderful color and reflections.

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  22. These are beautiful photos, Margaret.

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  23. That is so nice to see peaceful picture taken somewhere in Africa, since the news are full so many bad news from Nigeria... Thanks for the Heaven pause, dear.

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  24. Great series of photos and a wonderful post!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  25. superbe,merci du partage ;o)

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  26. What an adventure! Very impressive photos!

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