Trees on a beach. Lindi, Tanzania
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Trees on a beach. Lindi, Tanzania

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Early morning sunrise over the Indian Ocean on a beach just north of Lindi, Southern Tanzania. Many baobab trees grow on the beaches in this area.

  • Martin Broomfiels 6 months ago
    Hey Jaime, thanks for the comment. I really appreciate it. Keep looking out for my new work.
  • Jaime Brotons 6 months ago
    Fantastic panorama Martin
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