Crater Lakes in the Albertine Rift, Uganda
Beautifully scarring the earth, deep explosion craters pockmark the rich grasslands of Uganda’s Rift floor. Belying their violent births, these depressions now form grassy amphitheatres, calm lakes and small, tranquil pools. Farmed for its salt, the shorelines of Lake Katwe are divided into small plots of saline water creating an earthy mosaic of rusty brown, burgundy and saffron pools.
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