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Mongolia Trip Ger Family

A toothbrush is stored wedged between the canvas liner and the wooden frame of a ger in the Gobi desert of Mongolia on July 28, 2012. The ger is a circular tent made out of felt and a collapsible frame and used as the family home by the nomadic herdsmen of Mongolia. Common families are four to five people. © 2012 Tom Turner Photography.

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Livin’ in the Ger
A toothbrush is stored wedged between the canvas liner and the wooden frame of a ger in the Gobi desert of Mongolia on July 28, 2012.  The ger is a circular tent made out of felt and a collapsible frame and used as the family home by the nomadic herdsmen of Mongolia. Common families are four to five people. © 2012 Tom Turner Photography.