Every year, the Okavango River floods a massive area in north-western Botswana, called the Okavango Delta. Trees are submerged in water, roads don’t exist. The only way to travel is by airplane, motor boat or mokoro, a dug-out wooden canoe. The maze of water passageways is impossible for an outsider to navigate.

I spent all of yesterday on a boat that went deep into the Delta and back. Here’s some of my shots from the day: