Grand Vache in Ennedi.

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Salt mines in Demi.

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In Fada, the capital of Ennedi.

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Baby donkey at Toko Well in Ennedi.

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Animal tracks in Teguedei.

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A “village” in Hum Hadjer. The families who live there make the clay pots to store grain. When they need the grain, they break them open, and make new ones the next season.

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Watering her camel at a well in Kondor.

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A women moving her herd to water somewhere between Abeche and Biltine.

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A tiny village in the middle of nowhere between Grand Riparo and Achwile. The first hut on the left was a bodega, and the camels belonged to two men inside purchasing supplies.

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Inside a school in Ounianga Serir Village in the far north.

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Between Sabi and the Mourdi Depression. You can see another jeep in the distance. The metal drum in the foreground is a marker to let you know you are going the right direction.

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On the road from Arbouchak to Abtouyour.

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In Goz Bila.

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Seeking what little shade there is, somewhere between Abeche and Biltine.

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A caravan of camels waiting to drink at the Well of Todi.

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A lone bird at Bichagara Cliff.

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Living in relentless, punishing wind that fills the sky with dust and sand, in Bahr al Ghazal.

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On road that connects Fada and Kalait.

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5000-7000 year old cave paintings in Grand Vache.

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Students learning French inside a classroom in Ounianga Serir Village.

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