A man and a child herd cattle and horses near the ford on the outskirts of the town of Mekane Eyesus, in the district of Iste, South Gondär.
The houses in this area of the highlands, on the way to Magdala from Dessie, have a less-pronounced distinction between the wall and roof, compared to the tukul-stlye.
A small outbuilding in the tukul style in the backyard of one of my informants in the village of Galawdewos.
Another moment, and a towering cloud, in the sunset from Sankaber camp, in the Simien Mountains of Ethiopia.
A small mountain horse grazes a ridgeline, with low clouds behind it, in Simien Mountains National Park.
Another view of the sunrise from near Buyit Ras, in the Simien Mountains.
Another sunset from the hill above Sankaber camp, Simien Mountains National Park.
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Sunset illuminates the misty ranges of Simien Mountains National park, from the hill above Sankaber camp.
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Beans for sale atthe market are measured out in little cans. The can is heaped as high as it will go, and the amount that stays is the base amount that you purchase in multiples of. This practice of heaping measures was essentially universal in Ethiopia, so far as I could tell.
Horses graze on a hillside, as a rural hamlet is seen through clouds, in Simien Mountains National Park, in the North (Simien) Gonder region of Ethiopia.