Full length standing portrait of a boy in front of a house in the city of Sharjah. A boy wearing a thobe (long shirt) and a ghutra (headscarf) stands in the centre of an empty lot in front of a two storey house. The upper storey of the house is open with many arched open windows, while the lower storey is completely walled in, with only a single entrance. The house, likely made of coral, is in a state of disrepair. In the far background at the right a barjeel (wind-tower) can be seen above the wall of an enclosure attached to the back of the house.
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