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The plant, whose leafs are used for the production of henna, can reach one meter in height in the Moroccan Sahara.
Tattooing with henna was found on mummies and was practiced by the Egyptians as of 2000 before our era. Especially used by women, it allows them to nourish the belief they can overcome problems within their couple and in their life in general. It is believed to be a sign of good fortune and to protect from bad luck.

Exposure time [s]: 1/500
F-Number: F4,0
Focal length [mm]: 8,4
ISO value: 64
Flash: Not fired, auto mode
Metering mode: Multi-segment

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