Standing full length portrait of an Arab falconer, a member of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan's hunting party, holding a peregrine falcon in the Al Khatam sands near Al Ain. In the foreground falconer wearing a light coloured thobe (long shirt) topped with a cartridge belt and khanjar (dagger) stands in a patch of bare sand. The man holds a large peregrine falcon on a mangalah (cuff) on one hand, and leans on a camel stick in his other hand. The falcon is blinded with a leather hood. In the distance behind the falconer tufts of qassis (sedge) and other vegetation grow on a sand flat below a sky streaked with sparse clouds.
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