111 resultados para lake turkana

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    The Turkana spear-fish in the shallow waters of Lake Turkana. The wooden shaft has a detachable metal tip with a sharp barb,which is secured to the end of a long piece of rope. Here,a fisherman waits motionlessly at the ready while standing on a raft made from four or five doum palm logs lashed together.

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    Salt Flat, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Lava Rock Pools, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Nabuyatom crater juts into the jade waters at the southern end of Lake Turkana.

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    As the sun rises over Lake Turkana,a lone Turkana fisherman sits on his traditional fishing baskets to await the arrival of his companions before fishing the shallow waters for tilapia.

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Nabuyatom Crater, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Nabuyatom Crater, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    As the sun rises over Lake Turkana,a group of fishermen set out with their traditional fishing baskets to catch talapia in the lake's shallow waters. These traditional methods of fishing are now rare because the introduction of small mesh gillnets has resulted in a marked decline of fish stocks close to the shore.

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Lava Rock Pools, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Zebra, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Nabuyatom Crater, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Nabuyatom Crater, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Grass Huts in Fishing Village, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Aerial View of Antelope, Turkana Lake, Kenya, Africa

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    With his traditional fishing basket poised,a Turkana fisherman rushes to catch a tilapia in the shallow waters of Lake Turkana. The conical shaped basket,three to four feet wide at the mouth and made from pliable sticks and twisted doum palm fronds,has a small flap at the top of the cone through which trapped fish are removed.

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    Loiyangalani Reserve, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Loyangalani Village, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    A happy Turkana boy carries home a Nile perch which he caught in Lake Turkana.

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    Aerial View, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Boat fishing on Lake Turkana for Nile perch. Heavy lures are trawled over the known fishing areas.

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    Lava flows from Teleki's Volcano. Named after Count Teleki,an Austrian nobleman,who led the first European expedition to the region in 1888,the volcano last erupted in about 1895 - the only active volcano in the region at that time. Over centuries,each eruption ejected basaltic lava of a different colour. The flows in the foreground still look remarkably fresh.

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    Kenya,Lake Turkana,Eliye Sprinjgs. Before sunrise,Turkana fishermen with traditional wicker baskets prepare to fish for tilapia in the shallow waters of Lake Turkana using lighted faggots to attract the fish.

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    As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a group of fishermen fish for tilapia with their traditional fishing baskets in the lakes shallow waters. These traditional methods of fishing are now rare because the introduction of small mesh gillnets has resulted in a marked decline of fish stocks close to the shore.

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    Dry Landscape, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.

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    Loyangalani Village, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Aerial View of Flamingo's Lake Turkana, Kenya

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    Four-Wheel drive on volcanic rocks in desert, Loyongalani region, Lake Turkana, Kenya

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Dirt track leading through volcanic rocks to Lake Turkana- Jade Sea, Loyongalani region, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Aerial View of Nabuyatom Volcano, Lake Turkana, Kenya

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  • 862-05998447

    The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.

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  • 862-03366069

    South of Lake Turkana lies the Suguta Valley,the lowest and one of the most inhospitable place in Kenya. Vegetation is sparse and the area mainly uninhabited except for Turkana herdsmen and their goats. Most of the water there is too saline even for livestock to drink.

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    A series of lava rock pools are situated just off the southern end of Lake Turkana,northern Kenya's Jade Sea. The colour of the water is caused by extreme alkalinity in which green algae with a high chlorophyll content grows.

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    A Commiphora tree struggles for survival in a confused jumble of basalt lava boulders,reddened by the setting sun. Extensive lava fields are an unpleasant feature of southern Turkanaland.

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  • 862-03366849

    Africa,Kenya,Sirima,Turkana District. A rare shower of rain with a rainbow in the barren,lava-strewn country on southeast side of Lake Turkana.

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    Flamingos fly over Lake Turkana at sunset

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    El Molo Tribe Village, Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Evening light on the south shore of Lake Turkana with the volcanic cone of Nabuyatom on the lake edge

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    Portrait of Turkana Tribeswoman, Lake Turkana Region, Kenya

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    Turkana goat pens on the volcanic ridge, known as The Barrier.

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    Evening light on the south shore of Lake Turkana with the volcanic cone of Nabuyatom on the lake edge

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    Young Turkana boys have fun on a traditional raft made of doum palm logs lashed together. The fish held high by one of the boys is a tiger fish; these fish put up a good fight but are unpleasant eating because they have numerous small bones.

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    Loiyangalani Reserve, Turkana Lake, Kenya

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    A Bell Long Ranger helicopter hovering at sunset

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    The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless,rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall,water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up,the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.

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    The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana.

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    Andrew s volcano, one of the numerous volcanic craters dotting the volcanic ridge, known as The Barrier.

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    An aerial view of the southern end of Lake Turkana, which is named Von H hnel Bay after the Austrian naval officer who was part of an epic journey of exploration to reach the lake in 1888.The perfectly formed cone that juts into the lake is called Naboi eetom by the Turkana people.

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    A lone Turkana fisherman with his traditional fishing basket strikes an impressive pose on the shores of Lake Turkana as he waits the arrival of his companions before fishing the shallow waters for tilapia.

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    The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless,rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall,water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up,the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.

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    Loiyangalani Reserve, Turkana Lake, Kenya

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    Andrews volcano is one of the numerous volcanic craters dotting the volcanic ridge, known as The Barrier, that separated the Suguta Valley from Lake Turkana several million years ago. The last eruption from a side vent took place just over 100 years ago.

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    Lake Turkana,a seasonal alkaline lake of the Great Rift Valley in northern Kenya.

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    The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless,rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall,water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up,the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.

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    Acaia Tree by Lake Turkana Kenya

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    Lake Turkana, Kenya, East Africa, Africa

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    A young Turkana man looks out over Lake Turkana, often referred to as the Jade Sea due to the colour of its alkaline water. The barren, windswept country at this southeast corner of the lake is strewn with basalt lava boulders.

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    The Suguta Valley is a low-lying area of salt pans,mud flats and volcanic cones surrounded by awesome mountain ranges. Once,a part of Lake Turkana,the place is one of the hottest and most unpleasant corners of Kenya,a hell-on-earth where midday temperatures can reach 1400 F in the shade. Nomadic Turkana herdsmen bring their livestock here for salt but they never stay long.

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    As the sun rises over Lake Turkana,a group of fishermen set out with their traditional fishing baskets to catch talapia in the lake's shallow waters. These traditional methods of fishing are now rare because the introduction of small mesh gillnets has resulted in a marked decline of fish stocks close to the shore.

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    A group of El Molo women walk along the barren shoreline of Lake Turkana s El Molo Bay.

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    Kenya,Loiengalani,Lake Turkana. A commiphora tree bent by incessant wind at the southern end of Lake Turkana.

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    The grass huts of a Turkana fishing village on the east shore of Lake Turkana

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    A view of the treeless,barren country along the southeast shores of Lake Turkana. Lava debris is omnipresent here,making walking a perfect misery. In dry weather,after the seasonal water pans and rock pools have dried up,the Turkana water their livestock at the lake.

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    Kenya,Loiengalani,Lake turkana. A Turkana tribesman looks out over Lake Turkana from its barren southeastern shoreline.

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    A commiphora tree struggles to survive among basalt boulders - an aftermath of Pleistocene volcanic activity - that litter the countryside at the inhospitable southeast corner of Lake Turkana. The remarkable colour of the lake's alkaline water is caused by green algae with high chlorophyll concentrations. People often refer to the lake as the Jade Sea.

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    Kenya,Turkana,Suguta Valley. The Cathedral, a prominent rock at the northern end of the Suguta Valley which is surrounded by seasonal lake,mud or friable soil depending on the time of year and rainy season.

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    Andrew's Volcano is situated on 'The Barrier' - a large volcanic uplift that separates Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley (visible in the distance of this picture) to its south. This volcano is one of many dormant volcanos in the region. It last erupted in about 1895 but steam can still be seen issuing from nearby vents.

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    At the southern end of Lake Turkana,just south of Von H_hnel Bay,lies a small,extremely alkaline lake which is fed from Lake Turkana underground. The colours of the water and the surrounding lava country can be vivid in certain light. Small flocks of lesser flamingos congregate here on rare occasions.

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    Massive lava flows on the Barrier  the inhospitable volcanic ridge that divides Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley to the south of the lake. South Island  also of volcanic origin  is clearly visible in the distance.

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    Local fishermen risk their lives when they go out on Lake Turkana in frail wooden boats powered by sails made from flour sacks. Lake Turkana is notorious for its sudden and violent winds.

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    Kenya,Lake Turkana,Eliye Sprinjgs. Turkana fishermen with traditional wicker baskets fish for tilapia in the shallow waters of Lake Turkana.

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    Some of the lava flows from Telekis Volcano looking north to the southern end of Lake Turkana where the Nabuyatom cone is prominent. Named after Count Teleki, an Austrian nobleman, who led the first European expedition to the region in 1888.

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    An aerial view of South Island, Lake Turkanas largest island. Situated in the southern sector of the lake where the water reaches a depth of 374 feet, the island is a spine of volcanic cones and hills covering 15 square miles. The lava flows are remarkably well preserved there.

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    South Island is Lake Turkana's largest island. Situated in the southern sector of the lake where the water reaches a depth of 374 feet,the island is a spine of volcanic cones and hills covering 15 square miles. The sparse vegetation struggles to grow in cinders and lava flows that are remarkably well preserved. In 1955,this island was the last part of the lake to be explored.

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    Flamingoes fly over Lake Logipi

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    Sunset, Lake Turkana, Kenya

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    The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga are important to the Turkana and their stock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year.Lake Turkana is just visible in this picture.

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    Turkana man, Lake Turkana, Turkana, Kenya, Africa

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    Pink-backed Pelicans roost on a log where the Omo River flows into Lake Turkana, Ethiopia

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    The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.

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