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Great sulucas 2004-03-26 3:25

Good photodocumetary shot. I like how it hows the different sizes of structures, as well as the partial structure on the left. The women at the well at the bottom of the image add scale and human interest.

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Old 03-25-2004, 07:48 PM
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I thing now you can see better what I wanted to show.
But as you are in RSA you can find the same type of villages ?
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Old 03-25-2004, 10:24 PM
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Jeanlouis,
You're quite right, the scene is not unfamiliar to me. I could recognise these structures, but I thought that it would be good for the rest of the people to understand a bit better what they are looking at.
You're explanation is very well written, thank you!
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Old 03-26-2004, 10:12 AM
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Thank you very much.
I wanted to visit RSA when I was in Malawi, but as my job with the Police Forces did not allow me an absence, I never went outside of this beautiful country. May be you know Malawi. RSA is helping much it. I am ready to include next photo on the catholic missionnairy of White Fathers at Mua mission which has been builded around the year 1900. I will write, of course, some explanations for this beautiful mission.
Where are you living?
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Note: My heart is still in in Africa.
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Old 03-26-2004, 11:34 AM
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I know of Malawi, but have never been there myself. However, I work with lots of people from other African countries including Malawi. It is very interesting to listen to the people that live there, quite different to the picture we get in the media.

I'm looking forward to your other photos and notes from Malawi.

JLV: "Note: My heart is still in in Africa."
Yes, Africa gets in your blood, and visitors and residents will never forget it!
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