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.
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.
As we were driving along the China Road (between Bahir Dar and Woldia), we passed a spring and then turned to find this juxtaposition of farmed land, homes, and peaks in clouds. It was a welcome respite from the first part of the drive, which had been relentlessly clear and sunny.
A horse grazes on a rainy day, just outside the tamari betoch (student huts) of the famous church of Debre Berhan Selassie, in Gonder.