BAHIR DAR A LAKESIDE TOWN popular with local tourists, with Ethiopia’s largest lake, historic churches, and the underwhelming source of the Blue Nile. Ethiopian dance involves lots of back and forth folding shoulder motion.Little goes to waste in much of Africa. Used watch parts are somebdy's livelihood.The residential areas around the city centre were full and frenetic.Wandering around the housing area turns up all kinds of faces.Most visitors come to see the historic churches on the island in the middle of Lake Tana, the source of the Blue Nile.Bahir Dar had one of the best markets we found in Ethiopia.A man grinds grain in the street.Another face with a thousand stories.A man paddles a papyrus reed boat on Lake Tana.Buttons. The cool kids in Bahr Dar were into buttons.A yong lad, either working or just hanging out at the market.Frankincense. Aromtic tree resin from the Arabian peninsula that drove trade and brought wealth to cities.Two very contrasting faces in the market.Wether there are shoes in those boxes or not, that is a big load to carry.There were no shortages of photos around town. In fact, there were times when I was unable to proceed without taking every kid and his soccer ball's photo.I just love these two. Him in his fancy suit; her with her proud, strong pose.