Portrait of two members of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan's hunting party with camels and falcons in the Al Khatam sands near Al Ain. In the left foreground a falconer wearing a cap and a light coloured thobe (long shirt) bends over next to a standing camel. The camel, a thoroughbred Omani, stands in profile facing towards the left, its head rope tied to a bush behind the falconer. A second camel is couched behind it on the sand. On the right Musallim bin Al Kamam, a sheikh of the Musaifar lineage of Rashid Bedouin and one of Wilfred Thesiger's travelling companions, walks across the sand holding a peregrine falcon. The falcon rests on a mangalah (cuff) on Musallim bin Al Kamam's hand, and is blinded with a leather hood. In background small shrubs and bushes grow on a flat expanse of sand sitting below a sky dotted with a few low clouds.
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