Ethiopia:: One Last Look

13 thoughts on “Ethiopia:: One Last Look”

  1. Hi Erin, a very nice blog. It was great meeting you.
    Though we never did that tour we planned for so many times, we have had great meet ups and I have learned a lot as a photographer from you.
    You will be missed.

    1. Thanks Zeru. My time and memories from Ethiopia would not be the same without having met such wonderful people like yourself. I wish you all the best and if you ever find yourself down under I would be delighted to show you around.

  2. How fortunate to have had the opportunity to experience another country for this chunk of time–enough time to really get a feel for a place and her people. Your photos tell such marvelous stories, and I’d bet there are a million words to accompany each to expand upon the tales.
    And now, the next chapter opens.

    1. Yes, feeling very fortunate. I think the beauty of images is they can help tell those thousands of words visually much better than I could verbally! Yes, the next chapter….

  3. The end of an era, Erin. I remember with much fondness our 2010 trip to Harar – wandering the narrow alleyways, being kept awake at night by party revellers and imams in equal measure, drinking a refreshing half pint in the gardens of the Harar beer factory, admiring birds of prey swoop to catch morsels of meat offered to them by the local butchers. I could go on. Good luck with your next moves Clare

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