ARCHIVE 266 – STORM AT NAKURU
December 9, 2016 14 Comments
A large thunder storm heads down the rift valley in Kenya, and looms over Lake Nakuru; the late 1970s.
Large storms like this are common in and around the rift and, this being convectional rainfall, especially so in the afternoons, i.e. after the sun has been going long enough, sucking moisture up into the heavens.
The birds in the water in the foreground are flamingos, and the flying birds further out comprise three pelicans on the left, followed by yet more flamingos.
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OM-1 with 75-150 lens at 150mm; Agfa CT18 colour slide, rated at 64 ISO.