• Six hours

    Il y a 11 jours - Par Now Smell This

    The harvest begins at dawn, and it takes about six hours - before the sunshine damages the shocking pink petals - to fill the big bags that the women carry on their heads to the weighing station.
    Izza Ait Ammi Mouh, a Berber woman of "about 40" - she doesn't know her exact age and can't spell her name - doesn't complain.
    The work allows her to feed her family of five, picking 20 kilos to take home just under $7 a day during the short April-May season.
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