This week’s letter for Frizztext’s A-Z archive photo challenge is O. The Okavango Delta, located in Botswana, is the world’s biggest inland delta. It is created each year by seasonal flooding. During the summer months, January-February, the Okavango River spills onto the delta and creates swamp conditions. During March-June, the water spreads out across the delta. Much of the water will disappear due to evaporation and the whole process starts again the following year.
In June of 2010, I visited the Okavango Delta. Here is a photo from the ground.
And here is a photo I took from an airplane as we flew over the delta.
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