Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Photo of the week, July 6th

The weather in our part of the world is hard to predict at the best of times. Here we see a recent storm front at the Yeji Ferry crossing station. The waters from the Black and the White Volta mix here and bring added dimensions to the micro-climatology around the confluence. This horseshoe of Nimbostratus bore down on the canoes and swirled around the skies as if were a pot of angry groundnut soup, being stirred from above. As our weather patterns are are less predictable than in more temperate climes, extra care is needed on the water, in the air and for those farming the lands as well. Photo Courtesy WAASPS Ltd.'/

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