National Geographic : 1933 Dec
© National Geographic Society ALL DAY LONG CROWDS TRAVERSE THIS RAMP The Kandahar Gate at Ghazni is as busy as the ramp of a modern park ing garage. Its colorful patrons are pedestrians who are entering or leaving the mud-wall gate of the one-time capital of the cultured Moslem conqueror, Mahmud of Ghazni. Finlay Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams AFGHAN TRIBESMEN-IN AN UNUSUAL POSE Unusual, because their home isinthesaddle, and their "code "calls for no limitation in the hours they drive caravans orherd sheep. Their inde pendent spirit is described inthe saying that Afghans aretribesmen first and Afghans afterwards.