China through lens of photography is a beautiful country.
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I wonder how could these plants live on sand dunes? Where do they have water and nutrients from?
Thank you for the indication.
With the map (French) purchased in Mali, it is written as "Kona."
Although "Konna" of Google Earah consented, since the official language of Republic of Mali was French, it made "Kona" the contribution name.
Incidentally, if it refers to "Kona" and "Konna", the information on the same area will be acquired.
You have some very nice pictures from Africa
The above picture is of Ishaka town center not Nyakishozo.
Actually this picture was taken on Ipaja bridge and that is Iyana Ipaja Market building in the picture.