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a swimmer standing at the top of Victoria Falls in Zambia
October 12, 2020

Victoria Falls

With the 355-foot drop of Zambia's Victoria Falls just inches away, a swimmer stands at the lip of a hidden pool—an eight-foot-deep divot in the riverbed rock—accessible only when the Zambezi River runs low.
Photograph by Annie Griffiths, Nat Geo Image Collection
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