Photographer's Note

When the caravan stops over, the first though of the cameleer goes into the direction of these animals. He has to come very close, first to remove the rope that it inserted in the nose of the camel. At that step the camel understand that he is free of any order and that he can move around; Then the second step is anyway to hobble his feet in order to be sure that he will not go to far while eating some erbs, not that frequent. However, in the night they can go very far, even if hobbled, around 2 or 3 km. Sometimes, they are hardly seen or not at all. Consequently the first morning walk is dedicated to the search of the camels...Actually, good way to warm up because nights are cold...

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Additional Photos by Geraldine Le Duc (limule) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 301 W: 17 N: 444] (4176)
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