National Geographic : 1952 Feb
Kneeling in a Dusty Street, Women Sell Fuel Cakes Made from Animal Dung and Straw Dung is used for fuel in a number of Middle Eastern countries where wood is scarce. Cattle and camel droppings burn readily, and the odor isnotobjectionable. How ever, their consumption as fuel deprives fields of a natural fertilizer. These women, hawking their wares in San'a, attract several turbaned buyers. © National Geographic Society 243 Kodachrome by Robert E.Kuntz J ..