African Wilderness

Jill Fisher

Joined July 2009

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Quiver trees (Aloe dichotoma) standing under stormy skies at the Fish River Canyon, Namibia, Africa. Taken at the very remote and spectacular Fish River Canyon, Namibia, Africa. It is the second largest canyon in the world and the largest in Africa. Quiver Trees are known as Choje to the indigenous San people and get their name from their practice of hollowing out the tubular branches of Aloe dichotoma to form quivers for their arrows.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon 16-35mm lens. CLICK ON PIC TO VIEW LARGE

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