A Sudanese Liberation Army soldier walks through the remains of Hangala village on August 27, 2004, which was burned by Janjaweed several months earlier. Thousands of Darfourians fled their villages in search of shelter in the mountains or in neighboring Chad because of continuing attacks on civilians. Photo by Lynsey Addario
Hangala Village, De Art, Lynsey Addario, Army Soldiers, Photojournalist Lynsey, Art De, Contemporary Art, Art Plástica, Las Art
A Sudanese Liberation Army soldier walks through the remains of Hangala village, which was burned by Janjaweed near Farawiya, in August 2004. Thousands of ethnic Africans fled their villages in search of shelter in the mountains or in neighboring Chad because of continuing attacks on civilians, Lynsey Addario
Lynsey Addario. "Darfur", en el Centro de las Artes de Sevilla
Biskra, Algeria in 1899
North Africa, Photochrom Prints, Color Photochrom, Old Town, Algeria 1899, Vintage Photography, Art Oriental, Photochrom Phantasi, Paintings Illustrations
Historical photographs>>Middle East and North Africa (Arabs, Jews, Kurds, Berbers)
A pleasing picture of street in the old town. This color photochrome print was created in 1899 in Biskra, Algeria.
Biskra, Algeria 1899. Found on creativeroots.org
Cat Eating, Arabian Sands, Cat Species, Sands Cat, Cat Photo, Desert Habitats, Cat Feli, Sandcat Feeding, Domestic Cat
Sand cat. N Africa and W Asia. Smaller than the domestic cat with dense fur on the underside of the paws - to avoid hot sand.
Arabian Sand Cat eating a viper.
Sand cat photo - Felis margarita - image-G26444
Sand cat feeding on viper - The smallest cat species in Arabia the sand cat (Felis margarita) is well adapted to its arid desert habitat, obtaining all the water it needs from its food (5). Prey capture is facilitated by the sand cat’s highly sensitive ears, which are large and triangular, and capable of detecting noises from animals both above and below the surface of the sand
sandcat feeding on viper
Migrants sit on the open cargo of pick-up trucks, holding wooden sticks tied to the vehicle to avoid falling from it, as they leave the outskirts of Agadez for Libya, from where they will try to reach Europe, 1 June 2015. AFP/Issouf Sanogo
Avoid Fall, Pick Up Trucks, Wooden Sticks, Hold Wooden, Agadez, Africa, Sticks Ties, Open Cargo, Migrant Sit
Atakor du Hoggar, Algeria