View of Wilfred Thesiger's travelling companions watering camels at a well near Sharjah city during the party's journey from Jabal Sumeini to Sharjah. A number of men and camels crowd around a well. Above the well is a wooden frame made from long branches, and below the opening is reenforced with concrete or rammed earth. Salim bin Ghabaisha, a tribesman of the Bayt Imani lineage of Rashid Bedouin, stands second from the right, leaning one of the wooden poles. He wears a thobe (long shirt) with the ends tucked into a ball at his waist by his a cartridge belt and has his ghutra (headscarf) wrapped closely around his head.
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