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One of the most interesting places I saw during my journey of West Africa in 1981-82 was Mopti, a fairly large town in south central Mali at the confluence of the Niger and Bani rivers. It was a great place for watching people and interesting mud architecture.

This is from one section of the market where decorated jars, gourds, clothes and firewood could be found. I have added two workshops from other parts of the great Mopti market, one in black & white, the other one in colour.

This photo was scanned from a Kodachrome slide. Here is a larger version.

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Additional Photos by Gert Holmertz (holmertz) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 9520 W: 508 N: 18518] (82168)
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