Guess What Day It Is?


Notes:

  • Photo by Jo Ann Tomaselli on the outskirts of the ancient city of Jaisalmer which is located in the district of Rajasthan. “The camel grunted, the driver smiled and as he clicked his tongue and shook sand from his shoes these two partners, the mammal and the man, put on a delightful show; they danced in the desert just for me!  The camel drivers & their camels live in a small Bedouin village in the Thar Desert on the boarder between India and Pakistan. Daily, a small group of drivers leave their home and journey across the vast outdoor landscape of sand and sun, bringing traditional transportation to adventure seeking tourists such as myself. After a long day of exploration, I dismounted my dromedary to take in the vastness of the dry eastern desert and watch the sunset. And that’s when they did it! They started dancing!”
  • Background on Caleb/Wednesday/Hump Day Posts and Geico’s original commercial: Let’s Hit it Again

Comments

  1. dance off!

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  2. Love those smiles!

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  3. Love it! Brings back memories of bedouins dancing when we camped in the Sahara. Wonderful people!!

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  4. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    It’s my Wednesday morning smile … CALEB!
    ‘Photo by Jo Ann Tomaselli on the outskirts of the ancient city of Jaisalmer which is located in the district of Rajasthan.’

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  5. Caleb really knows how to party.

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  6. You’d be surprised how much I rely on Wednesday’s post to remind me what day it is.

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  7. OK let’s go! Coffee break is over.
    -Alan

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  8. Perfect as always!!

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  9. Before I even read the narrative I just knew they were groovin to a song and a dance. Incredibly fantastic photo!

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  10. Anonymous says:

    How sweet to feel joy in any situation…and even dance!

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