Item #98 | The Miracle Of The Zambezi

The Miracle Of The Zambezi by Sergey Melnikoff, a.k.a. MFF

  • Location: Zimbabwe
  • Year: 2005
  • Camera: Pentax 67-II / 105mm Lens

Product Details:

  • Size: 39,4” x 39,4” (100 x 100 cm) or Customizable
  • Material: UltraHD Photo Print Under 5 mm Thick Acrylic Glass
  • Special Gift: Personalized ‘Good Samaritan‘ Wall Plaque
  • Shipping: Free Worldwide Shipping in a Secure Crate
  • Support a Worthy Cause: By purchasing this beautiful photography, you are directly supporting the Mother Teresa International Rehabilitation Center. Your contribution aids Ukrainian children impacted by the ongoing military actions of the Russian army. Thank you for your generosity and compassion!


Each piece of MELNIKOFF artwork available in our charity shop retains its uniqueness and artistic value. Produced at our facility in Kyiv, these acrylic glass photographs offer you the opportunity to own an exquisite work of art by one of the world’s renowned photographers. Additionally, each piece serves as a historical memento created in Ukraine during the war.


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The Miracle Of The Zambezi by Sergey Melnikoff

“All South African guidebooks unanimously claim that this natural phenomenon can only be seen once in a lifetime: once or twice a year, when the high water level of the Zambezi coincides with the full moon, the nymphs of the Victoria Falls perform mysterious dances of light and shadows, intoxicate with pastel tones and pearly foam of champagne, create a symphony of soft rustling trees and the roar of falling water.” Sergey Melnikoof wrote in his memoirs, capturing this wonder of nature in 2005 on the days of his fiftieth birthday.
“After running along the waterfall, I hired a microplane and spent the whole morning and evening of the next day in the air. Livingstone, probably the first of the whites to see this wonder, could not even imagine how grand the waterfall looks from a height of 1,000 feet.
The enormous river, covered with beautiful, seemingly drawn tiny islands with palm trees, abruptly falls into the abyss across its many-kilometer width. The noise of the water sometimes broke through the headphones of the intercom with the pilot, drowning out the roar of the engine behind our backs…”
The master of photography turned this wonder of nature into no less a wonder of art. The stunningly colorful wide-format photo of Victoria Falls, bewitches at first sight with the tropical sunset. It is truly a unique work of art. You should acquire it to decorate your home or office.

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