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Kilimanjaro Glaciers
Photo By Thomas Piekunka

  • Title: Kilimanjaro Glaciers
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  • Country: Tanzania
  • Nearest Area: Mt. Kilimanjaro
  • Nearest Town: Arusha
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: After summiting I had time to explore the crater. I wish I had someone in the shot to give the glacier scale, but there was no one else around. They were about 40 feet high. Amazing to think that not that long ago the entire top of Kili was capped with ice. Now they say it may be all gone within 20 years.
  • Gear: Canon 5D, 24-105 L IS USM lens
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Keywords:  Natural Wonders
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