• Photo: Heather Goodman, Amman, Jordan. “It’s no wonder movies like ‘The Martian’ have been filmed in this striking desert landscape. A Bedouin man leads the way on a camel ride through the desert at sunset.”
  • Background on Caleb/Wednesday/Hump Day Posts and Geico’s original commercial: Let’s Hit it Again




  1. T.E.Lawrence’s birthday?

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  2. stunning, just stunning. If anybody ever EVER had told me that camel photos or camels generally could be such amazing photo material, I would have touched their forehead to check for a high fever 😉

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  3. and still a long, long way to go

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  4. Wow, I didn’t know it was filmed near Amman!

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  5. Halfway through another week…yikes! Where does the time go? Happy Hump Day!

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  6. They are walking, walking, walking…it will take them days to end up where the cars and trucks go in minutes and hours…and yet they continue walking

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  7. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    CALEB … you’re back!! I’ve missed you … my smile is back too!!

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  8. Tire tracks do not belong in camel land.

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  9. I love how the camel and Bedouin are following tire tracks… two different lifestyles mixed together.

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  10. BTW, now that you got me looking up T.E. Lawrence – did you know that he was only 5’5″ and yet Peter O’Toole, who played him in the movie was 6’2″?

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  11. sands of time merge in the confluence of an ancient heavily used route…into the known…


  12. Alan Malizia says:

    A Caleb body-cam. Can’t be too careful these days.

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