This is a sequential composition made up of 5 portrait photos merged together in PhotoShop. The result is a 14176x 5976 pixel image after cropping. Photographed at 25mm (50mm FF), F9, 1/80s and ISO100. Habala is a small mountain village in 'Asir Region of Saudi Arabia. It can be reached by car from Abha within one hour. It is located in a valley 300 yards below the peak of the front mountain. It was originally inhabited by a tribal community known as the "flower men" because of their custom of wearing garlands of dried herbs and flowers in their hair. In the past, the village was only accessible by rope ladder, and in fact, the name Habala comes from the Arabic word for rope. They were supposedly fleeing the Turks at the time of the Ottoman Empire.
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