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Mali
Photos from my weeklong trip to Mali in February of 2009. I went with a British friend who works in the embassy in Abuja, Nigeria.
The river town of Mopti and the traditional, lean-hulled river boat called a pinasse
Moroccan Architecture in Djenne -- each conical addition on the roof is supposed to represent another child in the family
Market day in Djenne, as locals pile aboard trucks for the ride home
The Djenne mosque is the largest mudbrick building in the world
The amazing Djenne Mosque
Me in front of the massive, mud brick mosque at Djenne
The buildings of the Dogon village of Banani shine in the morning sun
The cliffs about Banani gleam in the sunlight
Dogon buildings and the dusty plain at Irelli
Thatched roofs like witches' hats in Dogon country
It is a harsh life on the clifftop high above the Dogon plain
Tellem ruins under a cliff overhang in Youga Dougaweow
Tellem buildings at Youga Diri
Tellem cliff dwellings at Youga Diri in Dogon country
The Dogon Valley seen from the top of the hill on our morning hike
The Dogon village of Yendouma where I stayed
Market in the Dogon town of Bamba
Market Day in Bamba, Dogon town
A roadside mosque in Dogon country (which is mostly animist, though)
Donkey carts are more common than cars on the dusty backroads of Mali
Sankore mosque in Timbuktu
Carved mosque doors in Timbuktu
This herd of donkeys needed ferried across the Niger river to Timbuktu
The Tombori mountains at the beginning of the long road to Timbuktu

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