Standing profile portrait of one of Wilfred Thesiger's Arab guides atop Jebel Hafeet [Jabal Hafit] mountain. In the foreground an man wearing a thobe (long shirt) and ghutra (headscarf) stands at the right in a flat area covered with small rocks. He holds two rifles and a camel stick. Behind him a jagged ridge of limestone juts out of the mountain in small peaks across the near left distance. In the far right distance lies a vast flat plain dotted with sparse vegetation. Wilfred Thesiger spent a week on Jebel Hafeet [Jabal Hafit] hunting Arabian Tahr [Hemitragus jayakari] with Arab and Bedouin guides in April 1948.
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