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.
















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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