Grand Vache in Ennedi.
Salt mines in Demi.
In Fada, the capital of Ennedi.
Baby donkey at Toko Well in Ennedi.
Animal tracks in Teguedei.
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.
Watering her camel at a well in Kondor.
A women moving her herd to water somewhere between Abeche and Biltine.
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.
Inside a school in Ounianga Serir Village in the far north.
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.
On the road from Arbouchak to Abtouyour.
In Goz Bila.
Seeking what little shade there is, somewhere between Abeche and Biltine.
A caravan of camels waiting to drink at the Well of Todi.
A lone bird at Bichagara Cliff.
Living in relentless, punishing wind that fills the sky with dust and sand, in Bahr el-Ghazal.
On road that connects Fada and Kalait.
5000-7000 year old cave paintings in Grand Vache.
Students learning French inside a classroom in Ounianga Serir Village.