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Niger - The Tuareg chief Abakaoua from the Aïr region
Arrival at the Kel Tédélé camp site.
Sheltered by trees at the Kel Tédélé camp site.
The pantry – or the best way to keep food out of animal reach.
A cradle made of goat leather for little Djamila. (Toufouchi, Aïr, Niger)
This Tuareg boy´s hair plaits are consecrated to Allah. - Campement Abakaoua / Puits de Faris / Tezirzek / Aïr / Niger
The Tuareg Kel Tédélé - Kogo / Aïr / Niger
In his indigo outfit, chief Abakaoua ag Kanom, a symbol of the stubborn resistance of the Touareg Kel Tédélé people, proudly wears his 72 years and underlines the tenacious will of his gaze with a line of khol.
Niger - Aïr - 2003