Epoi , Chochan Tabay's nephew


Allegedly, according to the plan each day should have been similar to the previous one. Wake up alarm at 6 am, while the outside was still in its dark freezing cold mode. After a quick breakfast, departure for a long journey of about 30km, to the next camp spot of the night. As a companion I was given the opportunity to walk along with the whole herd or advance in a motorized vehicle alongside them. Throughout the five days of migration, we met very few migrants since some 400 families also made their journey on a similar path and pace as us, and so we hardly ran into them. Nevertheless, not for one moment did a feeling of loneliness or insecurity sneak into my heart in these areas where it is said everyone will come to your rescue if in need of help. On a few occasions, we passed by a home of one of the nomadic families. The houses were open to all passers-by and offered great hospitality. We were given hot tea bowls with goat or camel’s milk, plenty of food and had a place to sleep, if needed.


The image is printed canvas in three sizes, Available Sizes: 60X90 cm, 80X120 cm, 130X180 cm.

This photo was taken in a high iso and therefore it has a painting effect.

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