This woman has lived her whole life in the small mountain town of Omalo in the Tusheti region of Georgia. She makes a small amount of money selling wool booties and dried apples and stays active by collecting her buckets of water from the local well and preparing food on the old wood-burning stove. Although electricity poles appear on the right, Omalo only had a few year period in all its history when the electricity installations were functioning.  (image by lauren hermele)
This woman has lived her whole life in the small mountain town of Omalo in the Tusheti region of Georgia. She makes a small amount of money selling wool booties and dried apples and stays active by collecting her buckets of water from the local well and preparing food on the old wood-burning stove. Although electricity poles appear on the right, Omalo only had a few year period in all its history when the electricity installations were functioning.
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