In southern Morocco, Western Sahara is a desert region where Sahrawis live. Several families still practice camel farming there, which allows them to produce milk and meat.
Imam, Hadrami and Moulay belong to the Oulad Sbaa tribe, founded in the 16th century, whose members were Bedouins. They criss-cross the desert with their animals between winter and summer quarters.
At their side, we share their daily life in search of water and food for their animals. An existence between tradition and modernity, in harmony with the elements of the desert. Nature here, seemingly hostile, nevertheless reveals unsuspected life for those who know how to adapt.