View of Wilfred Thesiger's party at a well in the plains below Hamrat ad Duru, during the party's journey from Masruq well to Al Hubi village. Members of Wilfred Thesiger's Bedouin travelling party gather around a well opening. On the right one man is crouched in the well digging out sand. Behind him on the right Alaiwa bin Lutaiya (right), a tribesman of the Marakhin lineage of Duru Bedouin, stands watching with his hands on his hips. To the left of Alaiwa, Huaishil, a sheikh of the Mahamid lineage of Duru Bedouin, crouches holding a camel stick. He is wearing a light coloured thobe (shirt), topped with a waistcoat, and an embroidered headscarf that partially blocks his face from view.
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