I live in this little village near Nablus. Its called qusin or quseen- And the end of this street, there are two groups of desert nomads call Bedouins.They live in tents and move every 3 to 4 years for their animals needs. They typical farm animals like goats, sheep, horses, cows, donkeys, dogs, rabbits and a bit of arabian flare with camels. It was very interesting to see how they live with no technology and are so happy doing what they love.
This is a tent they will live in their entire life.
The children started working at the age of walking and the babies play in their play pen when everyone is working. This orange crate is their crib.
They were very creative people and recycled all sorts of things from other peoples trash. I felt very inspired to sit in their homes (tents) and watch them live such a simple life.
We sat down and had tea with the women of the group. They were some of the nicest people I met and loved trying to choke out arabic and playing with their babies sitting on my lap. It was such a good time.