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Pictures of Mali Today 2007 Pictures taken by David, Linda or Elizabeth Arzouni. Lizzy is our 21 year old niece and took all the photos in Doungel.
Bamako Post Office
Bamako Women Washing Clothes in the River
Bamako Beef on the Hoof
Doungel Camel Riders
Fulani fridge The Fulanis (Peuls) pour water over sand around the recipient that holds the fruit and vegetables. The water seeps slowly through the exterior clay pot and evaporates on the outside, dropping the temperatures.
Badala girl with briads
Fulani Tot with Tuft
Fulani young man
Mali is a dry country with a lot of desert. Several communities share wells. Every day, women would come and pump water for the day
Merchant selling meat
Millet & Chicken Sauce is the daily food for many Malians.
Here is lunch! Each bowl is shared between 6-8 people. Everyone eats with their hands.
A man with 2 wives and his kids
Waterfall near Bamako. It will dry up to just a trickle during the hot season (March-May), when temperatures reach into the 120's.
Bean field at the edge of the river.
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