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Images Dated 10th February 2009

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A decorative doorway of a private house in Tunis Featured 10 Feb 2009 Print

A decorative doorway of a private house in Tunis

Tunisia, Tunis, Sidi Bou Said. A decorative doorway of a private house. This exceptionally well preserved town has become a weekend retreat for wealthy Tunisians and has its origins in the tomb and zaouia, or seminary, of a 13th century holy man

© Amar Grover/AWL Images Ltd

Africa, African, Arched, Architecture, Attraction, Blossom, Building, Closed, Colorful, Colourful, Decorated, Decorative, Destination, Door Way, Doors, Entrance, Jwl, Mediterranean, North Africa, North African, Northenmost, Sidi Bou Said, Tourism, Tunis, Tunisia, Yellow

Beautiful earth and stone pillars fashioned by centuries of weathering Featured 10 Feb 2009 Print

Beautiful earth and stone pillars fashioned by centuries of weathering

Beautiful earth and stone pillars fashioned by centuries of weathering, make the important stone-age site of Isimila an attractive place to visit In the late 1950's, Archaeologists found tools estimated to be between 60, 000 and 100, 00 years old

© Nigel Pavitt/AWL Images Ltd

Africa, African Landscape, Earth Columns, Earth Pillars, Eroded, Erosion, Gorge, Iringa, Isimila, Jwl, Landscape, Red Earth, Rock, Rock Formation, Rocks, Stone Age Site, Stone Pillars, Tanzania, Weathered, Weathered Stone, Weathering

A Hadza hunter checks the straightness of a new arrow shaft Featured 10 Feb 2009 Print

A Hadza hunter checks the straightness of a new arrow shaft

A Hadza hunter wearing the skins of a baboon and genet cat checks the straightness of a new arrow shaft, fledged with guinea fowl feathers.The Hadzabe are a thousand-strong community of hunter-gatherers who have lived in the Lake Eyasi basin for centuries

© Nigel Pavitt/AWL Images Ltd

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