Standing portrait of two falconers in Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan's hunting party, with their falcon and its quarry, in the sands surrounding Al Ain. On the left an Arab falconer carries a hooded falcon on a mangalah (cuff) on his arm. On the right Hamad, a tribesman of the Mahra Bedouin, carries a dead MacQueen's Bustard (houbara) by its legs. Each man wears a khanjar (dagger) on a cartridge belt over his thobe (shirt) and a headscarf. In the background a flat plain stretches out to the far horizon behind them.
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