Cultural creativity we almost miss.
Mud buildings, painted with pastel blues and pinks and greens, paint so watered down it gives the illusion of a hint of color, quickly fading by the relentless sun. Swirls and dips and weaves, women’s cloth embroidered with images that have long lost their meaning. Some with seven colors, some with one. Some with tiny mirrors sewn in, or beads, or sequins, or both. Or none. Little tin bracelets. Silver cuffs, each marked with tiny designs swirls and flowers and paisleys. Earr