Stock Photo: A commiphora tree struggles to survive among basalt boulders - an aftermath of Pleistocene volcanic activity - that litter the countryside at the inhospitable southeast corner of Lake Turkana. The remarkable colour of the lake's alkaline water is caused by green algae with high chlorophyll concentrations. People often refer to the lake as the Jade Sea.
Stock Photo: 4272-16259 A commiphora  tree struggles to survive among basalt boulders - an aftermath of Pleistocene volcanic activity - that litter the countryside at the inhospitable southeast corner of Lake Turkana. The remarkable colour of the lake's alkaline water is caused by green algae with high chlorophyll concentrations.  People often refer to the lake as the Jade Sea.