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Jesus الله معك

it's orthodox epiphany 19 January 2019!
commemorating the baptism of jesus,
the manifestation of god to the public at large.

Jesus / الله معك

a dual alphabet ambigram that reads 'Jesus' in english (and a heap of other languages),
and 'الله معك' - allah maeak - which in arabic means 'god with you'

vintage conqueror u.k laid paper
pelikan drawing ink (it's glorious)
oblique folded nib dip pen

#calligraphy #caligrafia #каллиграфия #lettering #conqueror
#الخط #الخطاط #استراليا #يسوع #الكتاب_المقدس #يوحنا #عيد_الغطاس #العربية#
#arabic #pelikan #epiphany #theophany #ambigram #jesus #john




Out of the shadows

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Out of the shadows




Ethiopian opal.

This is a 1.82ct Ethiopian Opal with a nice play of colour.




Mursi. Mago National Park, Omo Valley, Ethiopia.

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Conrad Hilton and Emperor Haile Selassie

Conrad Hilton greets Emperor Haile Selassie.

Photo courtesy of the Conrad N. Hilton Collection, Hospitality Industry Archives, University of Houston




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Ethiopian Airlines Cargo (ET/ETH) / 777-F60 / ET-ARH / 04-10-2018 / HKG

ET-ARH seen here on final approach for 25R, the frame was delivered to the carrier on 31 Oct 2014.




Dorze Lodge

Dorze Lodge




The Dorze

The Dorze are a small ethnic group inhabiting the Gamo Gofa Zone (formerly part of the Semien (North) Omo Zone) of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region in Ethiopia. They speak the Dorze language, an Omotic tongue.

According to Ethnologue, the Dorze numbered 29,000 individuals (1994 census), of whom 9,910 were monolingual. They primarily live in the southern parts of the country, though some have migrated to Addis Ababa and other regions. Many reside in villages near the cities of Chencha and Arba Minch.

Weaving is a primary profession for a number of Dorze. Their polyphonic multi-part vocal music features a sophisticated use of hocket.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorze_people




Dorze Lodge

Dorze Lodge




The Dorze

The Dorze are a small ethnic group inhabiting the Gamo Gofa Zone (formerly part of the Semien (North) Omo Zone) of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region in Ethiopia. They speak the Dorze language, an Omotic tongue.

According to Ethnologue, the Dorze numbered 29,000 individuals (1994 census), of whom 9,910 were monolingual. They primarily live in the southern parts of the country, though some have migrated to Addis Ababa and other regions. Many reside in villages near the cities of Chencha and Arba Minch.

Weaving is a primary profession for a number of Dorze. Their polyphonic multi-part vocal music features a sophisticated use of hocket.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorze_people




Dorze Lodge

Dorze Lodge




The Dorze

The Dorze are a small ethnic group inhabiting the Gamo Gofa Zone (formerly part of the Semien (North) Omo Zone) of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region in Ethiopia. They speak the Dorze language, an Omotic tongue.

According to Ethnologue, the Dorze numbered 29,000 individuals (1994 census), of whom 9,910 were monolingual. They primarily live in the southern parts of the country, though some have migrated to Addis Ababa and other regions. Many reside in villages near the cities of Chencha and Arba Minch.

Weaving is a primary profession for a number of Dorze. Their polyphonic multi-part vocal music features a sophisticated use of hocket.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorze_people




The Dorze

The Dorze are a small ethnic group inhabiting the Gamo Gofa Zone (formerly part of the Semien (North) Omo Zone) of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region in Ethiopia. They speak the Dorze language, an Omotic tongue.

According to Ethnologue, the Dorze numbered 29,000 individuals (1994 census), of whom 9,910 were monolingual. They primarily live in the southern parts of the country, though some have migrated to Addis Ababa and other regions. Many reside in villages near the cities of Chencha and Arba Minch.

Weaving is a primary profession for a number of Dorze. Their polyphonic multi-part vocal music features a sophisticated use of hocket.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorze_people




Dorze Lodge

Dorze Lodge




The Dorze

The Dorze are a small ethnic group inhabiting the Gamo Gofa Zone (formerly part of the Semien (North) Omo Zone) of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region in Ethiopia. They speak the Dorze language, an Omotic tongue.

According to Ethnologue, the Dorze numbered 29,000 individuals (1994 census), of whom 9,910 were monolingual. They primarily live in the southern parts of the country, though some have migrated to Addis Ababa and other regions. Many reside in villages near the cities of Chencha and Arba Minch.

Weaving is a primary profession for a number of Dorze. Their polyphonic multi-part vocal music features a sophisticated use of hocket.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorze_people




The Dorze

The Dorze are a small ethnic group inhabiting the Gamo Gofa Zone (formerly part of the Semien (North) Omo Zone) of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region in Ethiopia. They speak the Dorze language, an Omotic tongue.

According to Ethnologue, the Dorze numbered 29,000 individuals (1994 census), of whom 9,910 were monolingual. They primarily live in the southern parts of the country, though some have migrated to Addis Ababa and other regions. Many reside in villages near the cities of Chencha and Arba Minch.

Weaving is a primary profession for a number of Dorze. Their polyphonic multi-part vocal music features a sophisticated use of hocket.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorze_people




Me and the group having a drink on salt plains of Dallol

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Me and the group having a drink on salt plains of Dallol




Ethiopie

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Ethiopie




Drinking blood Part IV - Ethiopia

For the tribes of Ethiopia; their cattle is very important. It is like currency. The more cows you have the wealthier you are. They realy take care of them. They use them as foodsource aswel, but not realy for the meat. Each cow will be taken each month for 1 time to drain some blood. That will be used as a nutritious breakfast. They pierce the cows jugular with bow and arrow and collect the blood.

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