View of three members of Wilfred Thesiger's travelling party at a Bani Yas settlement near Radum in Liwa oasis. In the right foreground a large date palm grows in sand. On the left three of Wilfred Thesiger's Rashid Bedouin companions ride camels alongside a clump of salt bushes on a sand flat. Further behind two more members of the party load baggage on a couched camel, beside which another camel and a dog stand. On the left a palm frond fence cuts across the sand flat, which is dotted with clumps of qassis (sedge), salt bushes, and date palms. In the distance above the flat a group of 'arish huts, made of palm fronds (locally called saaf), sit on the slope of a high dune. This image was taken during Wilfred Thesiger's journey from Al Ain to Liwa oasis, Al Dhafra and Baynunah sands in November and December 1948.
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