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Painting the Painted Dogs - Artistic Study of An Endangered Hunter
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Main Falls, Victoria Falls  
Saturday, September 22, 2007
This is the Main Falls, the widest section of the mile-wide Falls. One of the things which makes Victoria Falls so impressive is that you are viewing it from across a narrow gorge so you really feel the power of the water (and occasionally get wet too!). The flow of water over the Falls varies by season but at peak flow (Feb-May) the spray can rise 1500 feet (460m) into the air and 10 million cubic feet of water can pass over the Falls every minute.
 
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AFC Flag Expedition #5:
Painting the Painted Dogs - Artistic Study of An Endangered Hunter™
AFC Flag Expedition Artist and AFC Flag Ambassador: Alison Nicholls
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