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Another shot taken in the same Fula village, not far from the border with Senegal. We spent the night in a tent near this village and we spent the evening with them. In the morning all the children came to say good bye. They always ask for the empty bottles because they reuse it for so many different purposes.
This little girl was part of the group - even living in a remote village of Gambia, she was wearing a dress with the famous Pucca. The big tree on the right is a baobab, very common in Senegal, Gambia and other African countries.

The Fulas or Peuls, are one of the largest migratory ethnic groups in the world and they are spread over many African countries, such as Senegal. It was a great experience to visit many of their villages and contact with them, as they are really nice and usually welcome visitors really well.

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