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Orange River

Orange River is about 2,092 km long. It is identified as the main river in South Africa. It forms the Namibian southern boarder to South Africa. It is originated in the Drakensberg Mountains and covers an area of about 1800 km in South Africa, where it's currently known as Gariep River.

Panorama taken from a fluorspar-rich hill overlooking a bend in the River, which was in flood due to above-normal rains.

Image 1 was captured in the south east direction using 2D and the co-ordination are 28'43'45.44˚ S and 20'53'15.20˚E.

Image 2 was captured in the North West direction using 2D and the co-ordination are 28'43'45.42˚ S and 20'53'15.22˚E.

Image 3 was captured in the east direction using 2D and the co-ordination are 28'45'45.44˚ S and 20'55'15.20˚E.

Image 4 was captured in the east direction using 3D and the co-ordination are 28'45'04.16˚ S and 20'55'44.04˚E.