Seated portrait of an Arab man, a member of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan's hunting party, holding a saker (hurr) falcon in the sands surrounding Al Ain. The man crouches in the sand looking at a saker (hurr) falcon which he holds on a mangalah (cuff) on his arm. A wakir (block) lies in the man's lap. He wears a loose ghutra (headscarf) tied with an 'agal (head rope) and a light coloured thobe (shirt), topped with a cartridge belt and leather suspenders. Behind him, on the left, a desiccated tree grows in the sand.
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