Lake Langano in the Oromia Region, around 200 km south of Addis Ababa.

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Along the road from Arba Minch to Soddo.

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In Arba Minch. Early morning view of Lake Abaya.

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On the road from Arba Minch to Key Afer /Jinka. In the south, you pass 55-60 cattle herds for every one car.

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Giant cacti in an area called Aje, on the road from Shashemene to Soddo. Villagers use them as natural fences.

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Sorghum, a staple of the Ethiopian diet, dries on the roof of a Konso tribe home.

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Crossing the Omo River in Omorate in canoes made from a single tree trunk.

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Signs for a church in the tiny village of Alga, which is near a tiny market town called Jinka.

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Inside the Hamar village, Lodggera, near Turmi.

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Sorghum, a staple of the Ethiopian diet, grows like weeds along the road from Arba Minch to Key Afer /Jinka.

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Around Key Afer.

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Inside Mago National Park. On the other side of the first mountain is where the Mursi tribes live. The mountains beyond that in the distance are in South Sudan.

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In Jinka. I’d gone on a super long walk all over Alga and Jinka and was eventually far from where I was staying. I was shown a short cut to get
back, which involved walking through a dump full of vultures, and walking across this river. But, it was an excellent short cut. I was back in no time.

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A Hamar tribe home near Lodggera Village.

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Muslim graves along the road from Langano to Addis.

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View of Lake Abaya, on the drive from Shashemene to Arba Minch.

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Baboons along the road near Lake Abaya.

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The Omo River.

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Konso tribe homes in Konso.

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Cows, belonging to the Desanech tribe, are herded along the hot, dusty plains of Omorate, near one of their villages.

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