Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Tea Plantation in Malawi

Judith and I were driving round part of the Tea Plantation in Malawi while we were staying at the ‘ Cottage’ and we came across these men who had loaded the bags onto the truck and were taking them to the factory to be processed.

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  1. The first picture looks like a painting! That is hard, hot, and heavy work. I think they would need an iced TEA afterward.

    1. I am laughing becasue you are right that first shot does look more like a painting or a bad photograph and that is because that was taken through a very dirty front window and the others were taken through an open side window while the car was dumping along the uneven trac!

  2. It is nice to see a little of the work which goes into bringing my beverage of choice...

  3. Nice post and pics.Thanks for sharing. First pic Awesome.
    Recently I visit a Tea garden (here in Guwahati, Assam , India)

  4. One suggestion in a Christian magazine was to pray for the people that worked to make the food available. Your post puts faces to that process.

  5. Dirty windshields can make for a marvelous effect, I guess. I really like the result!