Half length portrait of the son of Yasir Bin Hamud, a member of Wilfred Thesiger's travelling party, taken at the southern end of Jabal Hafit (Jebel Hafeet) near Al Qabil. He is a young tribesman of the Junuba Bedouin, and stands with his hands on his hips facing towards the near left foreground. He wears a silver embossed khanjar (dagger) on a cartridge belt over his thobe (shirt) and an embroidered headscarf. In the distance behind him trees and bushes grow on a flat plain below Jabal Hafit (Jebel Hafeet), which rises in the far background.
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