Posts tagged ‘Egypt’

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From Sudan, a caravan follows ancestor’s ghostly trail. The traders wearing flowing galabeyas finally arrive at Birqash market. Grinding out an existence, they sell exhausted camels…

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Egypt Call to prayer Camel and man On the desert sand He kneels down to pray  * Find More Poetry HERE   BACK TO  HOME PAGE  …

The Nile River

  Photojournalist Yusuke Harada is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From his project ‘Floating On The Nile’.  To see Yusuke’s projects…

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Valley Of The Kings Walking down into King Tut’s Tomb Sign reads NO FLASH PHOTOS Guard whispers into our ears “Baksheesh Baksheesh No one else is…

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   Lost in a desert paradise   Drinking Australian wine Snuggling together In our pharaoh sized bed Covered with soft Egyptian cotton sheets We spent the night…

Egyptian Men – Photo Essay

This travel photography essay depicts Egyptian men going about their day. See also: Photography – Egyptian Man   Back to HOME PAGE Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC…

Alabaster Vases Of Egypt

        The working conditions are harsh in a desert landscape where these artisans manage to create even more dust during the carving, shaving,…

Spreading Seeds In Egypt

    With all the heavy machinery involved in agriculture today, one forgets how simple working the land can be.  This Egyptian man uses his galabeya…