Seated portrait of an elder tribesman of the Manasir Bedouin at Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan's hunting camp in Al Khatam sands, near Al Ain. An elderly man with a long grey beard sits in the sand, holding a camel stick in the crook of his arm. He has a thick dark bisht (robe) tucked around his lower body, over his thobe (long shirt). He also has a plain ghutra (headscarf) tied around his head. Behind him on the left a large bush grows in the sand. In the further distance on the right a group of people rest on the side of a low dune.
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