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Monday, 8 May 2017

Photo of the day!

Pictured is a part of the Oguta Lake in Imo State. The lake has two different colours, blue and brown, and according to people who have been there, it never mixes up.

31 comments:

omalicha said...

Hmnmnmm

omalicha said...

Hmnmnmm

OSINANL said...

SEEN...

Uchechukwu said...

that is because they have either different sources or different filtration along the way before it gets to the lake basin.
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Anonymous said...

Seems like green to me..

ric said...

The Beauty of nature

Internet News Freak said...

The edges of Rivers and seas normally have that Asin where the dirtier water from gutters and other dirty things at the edge of the water meets the cleaner water inside the river body.

Anonymous said...

Biafra and Nigeria can never mix

Anonymous said...

very true. I'm from that part of Nigeria and i can confirm it, it never mix. even if you put both water in a cup, they separate distinctively giving you the different water calour.

Anonymous said...

Looking for the blue color

Pampered Fresh said...

I've been there Linda, it's true. So beautiful

Anonymous said...

Imagine if this were in an European or American or even Asian country, we will never hear the last of it, the area will be so beautiful with tourists pouring I to take a picture of the river. But over here, opposite is the case.

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

WOW!

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

WOW!

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Anonymous said...

I've been there before, it's very true. the water never mixes, it was really weird when I saw it. God does work wonders!

Anonymous said...

Enter your comment...God is just great and all the things He created are perfect

cee dera said...

yay my villa

cee dera said...

oguta amaka, my villa my villa, tnks lindiwe its' so true

Anonymous said...

Linda, be like say you no dey see weel.cant you see that it's the plants that are reflecting on the water? All these biafra can lie for attention sha.

Aminu Yusuf said...

We need our architects to explore the beauty of it with creativity, Abi?

Anonymous said...

Wow

kisbykay (Travelling Agency) said...

Works of God

Anonymous said...

Even omabala river and river Niger never mixes up.. Dey have different colours.. Ive seen it

Anon said...

It's caused by the presence of Algae!

Anonymous said...

Is common. In my village, urashi and nwangele never mix.

Anonymous said...

And that is why you're on your own and men are on their own, the day the river will come together and have one colour amvsure u will marry

dee boi said...

Ok ooooo... dee

whitefalcon said...

If d color mix,Aunty Linda Westin go happen?!

LIB chairlady said...

Oguta Ameshi Obodo girigiri... Proudly Oguta. That's Ogbuide and Orashi river confluence.

Anonymous said...

Its very true, I have been there for excursion

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