The Zambezi river system is the fourth-longest river in Africa. It stretches from its source in Zambia and river flows through Angola, Namibia, Botswana and becomes the the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. Before it enters Mozambique to the ends its journey in the Indian Ocean. A distance of 2,574 km.
This rivers shores holds amazing wild places and cultures. However it is the section of river between the two man made dams of Kariba and Cahora Bassa, that is a special place for me. I spent my child hood along this section of river, between Chirundu and Manapools National Park in Zimbabwe. Years later I was fortunate to work in the Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia. It is a period of my career that gifted me with amazing opportunities to photograph the regions amazing wildlife and scenery.