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The Etosha National Park’s waterholes each have their own character. There are natural waterholes and those which are fed artificially from bore holes. The water levels of the holes and the number of game to see there vary from season to season, depending on the rainfall and the migration of the animals.
Chudob waterhole is fed by an artesian fountain, it is a floating reed island, a phenomenon associated with this sort of fountain. It is one of the few places where eland congregate. Apart from eland, black-faced impala and warthog also come to drink. Giraffe also gather here, probably one of the best places at which to photograph them.
Chudob waterhole, Etosha National Park, Namibia, Africa
Nikon D40X, Nikkor 18-200 mm at 18 mm, 1/320 sec at f/ 11, ISO 200
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