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A Soninke woman paints the wall of her house in Djajibine, Mauritania Photo credit: Margaret Courtney-Clarke - reminds me of fingerpainting my bedroom walls as a teen. and look at her beautiful garment.

Inviting tent in the oasis of Tarjit, Mauritania  @michaelOXOXO @JonXOXOXO @emmaruthXOXO  #MAGICALMAURITANIA

The caravan makes it to the oasis which has 300 wells, date tress, and an uncountable amount of colored tents.

73 - Sahara Desert, Algeria / Chad / Egypt / Libya / Mali / Mauritania / Morocco / Niger / Western Sahara / Sudan / Tunisia

The Sahara Desert.

Camels in the Sahara desert, Merzouga, Morocco. Will never forget climbing up the peak of one of these dunes and watching the sunrise.

Hausa architecture (known as Tubali in the Hausa language), found in Senegal and Mauritania in West Africa, to Sudan in East Africa

Zinder, Niger - Woman standing in the doorway of a traditionally decored Hausa house.

Normally, this would look boring to me, but I love how the shadows shape the image

The Sahara covers Algeria Chad Egypt Libya Mali Mauritania Morocco Niger Western Sahara Saudi Arabia Sudan and Tunisia, extending over 9000000 the largest/hottest/sunniest subtropical desert with a year-round sunshine duration of hours (or of daylight.

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(this x water ripples x swirly cactus-like plant)NATURAL: Eye of the Sahara, Mauritania Africa, at first thought to be a meteor crater the 30 mile wide feature may actually be just an eroded rock outcrop, Astronauts say it's a huge eye looking at them

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