Each day we bring you one stunning little glimpse of history in the form of a historical photograph. Enjoy!
Probably on their way to see King Tut
Good one anonymous! I was going to make a politically correct Eskimo comment, but that was much better.
Anonymous: You crack me up!PJM: Another in a long line (no pun intended) of interesting photos.
I'd walk a mile for a camel :-D
I love this picture, any idea where I could get a poster of it? Also it doesnt look like they are on a mountain...
PJM:I love the site, but I was wondering if is possible to have comment page for the "question of the week" (I guess you could call it). Week after week I vote and want to say something about it but not bring it up under a photo blog.
I love the way the light comes down and illuminates the road they are on. The shadow from the elevated road just puts them up a little higher into the sun. Truly a beautiful photo!
heather beat me to it,,hows bout,sir,would you like 1 hump,or 2?oldbear.
Dan, if you go to Art.com or AllPosters.com and put the word "camel" in the search field there are several really nice pictures. Also, there is a GREAT one at this link: https://www.allposters.co.uk/-sp/Camels-on-the-Beach-Essaouira-Morocco-North-Africa-Africa-Posters_i2652482_.htm
i really love this picture!great one PJM!
What a beautiful, timeless picture!! It captures that part of the world, beautifully.It could have been taken today.PJM:We just got back from New York- the Egyptian section of the Metropolitan Museum was fabulous, tons of mummies, and artifacts and even temples that they brought over and reconstructed, but no King Tut.After a while, they all began to look the same, but amazing, nonetheless.
thanks heather for the links Ill check them out.
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