A young boy strikes a pose during a sand storm in Wadi Rum Village, Jordan. This Bedouin community survives on a tourism economy, serving travelers who come to the desert to experience a traditional camp under the stars.
A unique sandstone rock formation in the desert of Wadi Rum, also known as The Valley of the Moon.
An abandoned building in 'Rum' Village. Home to several hundred Zalabia Bedouin people, the village-scape is a mixture of concrete homes and traditional tents.
A mother camel and her calf wander near the village of Wadi Rum.
Bedouin guides sit together chatting in the shade while tourists explore Wadi Rum.
Rum Village under the shroud of red sand blowing in from the desert.
A stone staircase nestled within the ancient city of Petra.
A Bedouin guide inside the ancient city of Petra relaxes with tea and a cigarette under the hot afternoon sun.
Makeshift shelters line a path that leads to a look-out near Petra.
A Bedouin guide prepares tea during a rest stop while hiking in the Dana Reserve, Jordan. The sugary drink made from local herbs helps to replenish electrolytes lost in the extreme heat.
A subtle burst of green and Oleander begin to show during a hike deep into Wadi Dana.