Saturday, January 9, 2010

Friday Sky Watch: Weekend reflections:Papua New Guinea



Dotted along the Sepik River, 700 km from river mouth – 3oom wide or more, are little grass huts of the Papua New Guinea tribes.

This river reminds me of the Rejang River of Borneo, 563 km, and the river trips I used to that.

please click on the photo to see the huts.

The Water Engineer went to PNG for work assignment and took this photo.

I am still in Australia and am not able to post as usual. I am combining this for Friday Skywatch and Weekend reflections.


D said...

Hello Ann, quite an interesting photo of the huts along that broad river... very quiet, serene. I hope you are enjoying your stay in Australia.

Anonymous said...

Yes, a very interesting photo and commentary.

Anonymous said...

When I do Skywatch it's like traveling the world.
A very serene photo - thanks for sharing.
My photo is up at: http://www.ablogcalled.me

Bill S. said...

Very interesting photo with the sky, reflection in the water and then the homes on the shore.

Kat said...

What an interesting post! I love getting to see beautiful reflection photos from all parts of the world. Kathy

Hilda said...

A very scenic view! But I imagine that life is not so easy for the people living in those huts.

Happy weekend!

James said...

I went to Papua New Guinea once and it will always hold a special place in my heart. I really enyoed seeing it again in your photo. Now I can reflect on it.