Sometimes there is not much to say.  The images do the talking.  But really, just few words.  The herd migration seen in this post are mainly in the steppe. A steppe, pronounced like the word step, is not quite dry enough to be a desert but not fertile enough for trees to grow. Think of it as a semi-desert covered in grass and shrubs. It is exactly in these areas where shepherds go out with their herds and move them around in preparation for the winter.

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One Response to “Herd Migration- A Seasonal Phenomenon in the Steppe of Western Georgia” Subscribe

  1. Susan Woog Wagner April 13, 2016 at 2:20 pm #

    Love these images.. very different for you but I like them.

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