National Geographic Travel

Photo by @max.lowe // Being led on camels into the great orange sea of the Sahara Desert this last fall by two young Moroccans in washed jeans, and traditional blue tunics and head scarves, a flash of a past life lived in this part of the world caught in a modern lens.




Hey!....A camel for dinner tonight.


.with the rope around his neck, before I read it sorry πŸ€—


Thought it was a ape first πŸ‘€πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ




@sophronia_pup where's your photo like this?


πŸ‘for the pic and the description




@mazen6422 your absolutely right big mismatch no blue in that region...


@natgeotravel actually those men have absolutely nothing to do with the Sahara. They are mostly berbers coming form the Atlas seeking fortune. They absolutely not from the region as the colors of the djellaba or the headscarf don’t match the white and brown that the real locals wear. You can’t see them because you have to travel deep inside the Sahara. And they all speak only Arabic.


Beautiful colours πŸ’—


Wow awesome ❀️❀️❀️😘😘


Good shot! Look into my desert photos @ashfaqrah


Beautiful! I love to see differences in the lands and life of people. I'm just a Kansas girl.


Superb! πŸ™ŒπŸ’™


@sarabellea that lasted 5 minutes πŸ˜‚


@rachelpruden our first fight πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£


Great Colors


@saritrevi cuando quieras pasarme las fotos, me avisas 😘


Isn't the photographer the guy hunting animals and taking pics with them? @natgeotravel I wouldnt like any of his photos


wow! the contrasting bright colors πŸ‘Œ




SΓΌppper πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘


Erg Chigaga ?


Haha very inspiring

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