1 week after the rain

The plants have sprouted and are starting to grow in the desert. In a couple of weeks the jahag plant (a wild rucola like the egyptian gergeer) will be big enough to eat. In certain locations natural crevices or dams have retained water and there is a lot of water contained by man made dams. We had the pleasure of visiting some of these locations which made me think of what paradise must be like. We also saw that Bedouin women were already going to certain areas for grazing. If you would like to join us on one of these trips, feel free to contact us

A baatharaan plant coming back to life thanks to the rain after a long dry spell

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