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Ssezibwa waterfalls in Uganda
Ssezibwa waterfalls in Uganda Ssezibwa‬ Falls in ‪‎Mukono‬ District, ‎Uganda‬. The words “sezibibwa kkubo” from which the river obtained its name, mean that "no obstacle can stop me from moving on". Legend has it that a woman by the name of Nakangu, gave birth and instead, out of her came two rivers that split to make two streams below the water falls, which presently form this part of the river. In local tradition it is believed that the spirits of Nakungu’s unborn children – Ssezibwa and Mobeya still live on and inhabit the waters of the river. Baganda still associate something supernatural when someone give birth to twins. Sacrifices are still made here after parents birth to twins.
Johnsons hartebeast in the park
Johnsons hartebeast in the park Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda, Africa
Zebras in a grassland
Zebras in a grassland Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda, Africa
Zebras in a grassland
Zebras in a grassland Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda, Africa
Patas monkey
Patas monkey Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda, Africa
Zebras in a grassland
Zebras in a grassland Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda, Africa
Patas monkey
Patas monkey Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda, Africa
Giraffe walking in the wild
Giraffe walking in the wild Kidepo National Park, Uganda, Africa
Houses in a line
Houses in a line Huts inside the Kidepo Valley National Park in Uganda
Buffalo in water
Buffalo in water Kazinga Channel in the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa
Zebras in a park
Zebras in a park Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
Volcanic mountains in Kisoro, Uganda
Volcanic mountains in Kisoro, Uganda Mufumbiro volcanic mountain ranges in southwestern district of Kisoro in Uganda, bordering Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo
Hippopotamus
Hippopotamus Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
A nest of a bird
A nest of a bird Birds build their nests up in delicate small branches of trees because they spend most of their time off the ground, so they find it convenient. But most importantly it is a more secure home for them, their eggs and their young from ground predators and other heavier animals that would not hang on the small branches.
Lion resting in a national park
Lion resting in a national park Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda, Africa
Church Building
Church Building St Peters Cathedral, Rugarama, Kigezi Diocese, Kabale.
Lake Bunyonyi and the islands
Lake Bunyonyi and the islands Lake Bunyonyi in Kabale district, Uganda, Africa
Zebras in a park
Zebras in a park Kidepo National Park, Uganda, Africa
A mirrored landscape
A mirrored landscape A photo showing a mirrored/reflected landscape.
Lake Bunyonyi and the islands
Lake Bunyonyi and the islands Lake Bunyonyi in Kabale district, Uganda, Africa
Mini buses moving in the wild
Mini buses moving in the wild A photo of mini buses moving in a dusty field with acacia trees in the background.
Patas monkey
Patas monkey Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda, Africa
Giraffes walking in a park
Giraffes walking in a park Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda, Africa
Group of Zebras
Group of Zebras Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
Hippopotamus
Hippopotamus Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
Mountainous horizon
Mountainous horizon A photo of a mountainous landscape