Instead of spotlighting an image from the Gadling Flickr pool on Fridays, we're going to highlight one from the pool of contributors' submissions (including you!) from Everywhere's Photos. Today's image is from contributor Anne Beach. She writes,
"We met them about four hours North of Addis. They had made their hats and were selling them. I felt terrible to only buy one, and I bought one with a brim and then was informed that only men wore the ones with a brim, but I didn't care. They look grumpy here, but were really very charming. My theory is that people who are not used to having their pictures taken just do not have our picture reflex to smile."