• Photograph by Andy Anderson: “These camels were herded in our direction in the morning of a desert campout east of Abu Dhabi. We stood and watched on a dune ridge.”
  • Background on Caleb/Wednesday/Hump Day Posts and Geico’s original commercial: Let’s Hit it Again


  1. I wonder what they are thinking about…..maybe hump day? ☺☺☺
    I always look forward to your posts, thank you,


  2. You can lead a camel to water….

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  3. neighborhood walk –

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  4. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    CALEB!! He’s back … missed you! 🐪

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  5. Looks like a scene from a movie…

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  6. They have made the video unavailable again. Even the repost in the comments.
    What a tease!

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  7. Caleb is such a world traveler!

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  8. A Middle East cattle drive.

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  9. Ha! Love this!

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  10. Christie says:

    The depth of beauty drifts into serenity and looking at the photos more closely on the Nat Geo link, a contrast as well…,the faint shadow of the skeletal armature, the base of perhaps an oil rig a man made sculpture rising, towering… anchored against the landscape… man’s mark on the once wild land…much like the contrast of the Great Pyramids rising from the ground and now sadly, . condos bordering them…the beauty of wild again continuously facing the encroachment of modern times… the Nomadic herders of camels, of Reindeer, the Basque Sheepherder, the American & Argentinian Cowboys all working the wild lands and one day their way of life will disappear, engulfed by mans spread….

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  11. Caleb feels as remote as I have been this week. I hope to settle back into the Khasbah this weekend.

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