Source of the Nile, Jinga Uganda

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Jinga, Uganda 1991 – A cheap plywood sign points to the accepted source of the Nile just down the street in downtown Jinga.

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Jinga, Uganda 1991 – A cheap plywood sign points to the accepted source of the Nile just down the street in downtown Jinga. After epic searches by numerous 19th century explores it now appears to be just a block away. Speke made the first correct assertion, alienating Burton, Stanley’s circumvention of Lake Victoria proved this to be the source and Livingstone never got anywhere near it.

 

A fine art photograph by Alexander Nesbitt.  Printed by the artist in a variety of styles and available as:

Metal – Dye sublimation print on aluminum produced by one of the best labs in the country.

available as a 9 x 13.5″,  16 x 24″,  24″ x 36″, 32 x 48″, 36″ x 54″

Canvas print – Gallery wrapped with image around all sides.

available as a 17 x 26″ x (2″ thick),  24 x 36″ x 2,   32 x 48″ x 2.5″

Paper – Archival pigment prints matted or framed.

5 x 7, 8 x 10, 9 x 14, 13 x 20, 16 x 24, 20 x 30, 24 x 36

Photo blocks – Nesbitt’s own hand made creation – an archival print laminated on baltic birch and shaped by hand. 5.25 x 8″ and 8 x 12″

All the size information and pricing is available here: Print size info

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