Matthew Brazier Photography | Malawi: The Warm Heart of Africa
In the spring of 2016 I had the pleasure of spending three weeks in the southeastern African country of Malawi. Traveling with a friend, we traversed nearly the entire length of the country, from the cold, wet hills of the Nyika Plateau to the hot, dry valley of the Shire River, stopping along the way at many of the fishing villages that line the banks of Lake Malawi.
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Malawi: The Warm Heart of Africa

In the spring of 2016 I had the pleasure of spending three weeks in the southeastern African country of Malawi. Traveling with a friend, we traversed nearly the entire length of the country, from the cold, wet hills of the Nyika Plateau to the hot, dry valley of the Shire River, stopping along the way at many of the fishing villages that line the banks of Lake Malawi. From Senga Bay to Nkhotakota, Chintheche to Chilinda, Likoma Island to Majete Wildlife Reserve, each region featured its own unique environment and lifestyle but there was one thing didn’t change no matter where we went, the kind and welcoming nature of the Malawian people.