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Northern Ethiopia Photo Gallery

Traveling Through Beauty, Back in Time

Photos by Kent St. John

 

Weaving cotton near the source of the Blue Nile in Ethiopia
Weaving cotton near the source of the Blue Nile

 

 

A monkey on a trellis
A monkey on a trellis

 

 

On the way to chucrch services
An elder in Lalibela

 


Horsecart in Lalibela

 

An elder in Axum
An elder in Axum

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Ethiopia

Setting out on a 450 mile bike trip through Ethiopia - photo by Matthew Kadey Read
GoNOMAD Photo Gallery: Ethiopia By Marie Javins The Blue Nile One of Dragoman's
Northern Ethiopia Photo Gallery Traveling Through Beauty, Back in Time Photos by Kent St
Injera is the staple food of Ethiopia, seen here with veggies. Eating and Drinking
The Journey to Bahir Dar, Ethiopia By Dana Hearn My journey to Bahir Dar, a small
Market day is a busy time in villages throughout Ethiopia. Click on photo to enlarge
Ethiopia: Traveling Through Beauty, Back in Time By Kent E St John If you have any preconceived
Setting out on a 450 mile bike trip through Ethiopia - photos by Matthew Kadey
Market day is a busy time in villages throughout Ethiopia. Photo by Kent St. John. Click
Rowboats on Lake Tana in Ethiopia. Photo by Kent St. John. Click on photo to return to Kent
to return to Kent St. John's article about Ethiopia.
to Kent St. John's article about Ethiopia.
Broken stela in Axum. Photo by Kent St. John. Click on photo to return to Kent St. John's article about Ethiopia.
Palaces in Gonder. Photo by Kent St. John. Click on photo to return to Kent St. John's article about Ethiopia.
Eating and Drinking in Ethiopia By Marie Javins, GoNOMAD Transports Editor Food


 
 


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