Portraits Along the Road: Dire Dawa to Harar

Early in the morning of our third day in Ethiopia, we flew from Addis Ababa to Dire Dawa (the second largest city in the country, because it is close to Djibouti, which Ethiopia uses as its main port). From there we drove through the countrysid to Harar, stopping along the way for photo ops and to experience a colorful market. Here are some portraits from the drive.

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