Daily Life In Mali

Fulani women pounding millet.
Road between Mopti & Timbuktu

 

Photographer Maynard Switzer is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this travel photography.   These images are from his project ‘Mali‘.  To see Maynard’s body of work click on any image.

 

Tuareg swordsman in an Tuareg encampment. Outside of Timbuktu

Tuareg swordsman in an Tuareg encampment.
Outside of Timbuktu

 

Fulani women gathering water for the daily meals. Road to Djenne

Fulani women gathering water for the daily meals.
Road to Djenne

 

Man in Purple coming home from market. Senossa Village

Man in Purple coming home from market.
Senossa Village

 

A women & her children from the Bozo tribe being taken across the Bani River. Bani River near Mopti

A women & her children from the Bozo tribe being taken across the Bani River.
Bani River near Mopti

 

Little Fulani boy in handmade canoe. Near Djenne

Little Fulani boy in handmade canoe.
Near Djenne

 

Muezzin at the Djenne Mosque. Djenne

Muezzin at the Djenne Mosque.
Djenne

 

Women who have formed a group to give out small loans and are learning to keep their accounts. Segou

Women who have formed a group to give out small loans and are learning to keep their accounts.
Segou

 

Fulani herdsman with his donkeys. Road from Mopti to Timbuktu

Fulani herdsman with his donkeys.
Road from Mopti to Timbuktu

 

Women going to the daily market. Road to Djenne

Women going to the daily market.
Road to Djenne

 

Fulani herdsman in blue robe with his cattle. Along the road from Safara to Mopti

Fulani herdsman in blue robe with his cattle.
Along the road from Safara to Mopti

 

These photographs are from an ongoing project on Mali before they started to have problems with Al Qaeda in the North & the ongoing problems with the Tuareg.

 

See also:
Morocco
By Maynard Switzer

 


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