High on a plateau in the middle of northern Ethiopia is a gorgeous community called Adi Etot.
For two months after the rainy season, Adi Etot is paradise.
Lime tef fields dance in the breeze, golden rows of corn stretch out into the horizon, and a natural spring seeps out of the mud in a nearby ravine.
For just a little while, collecting water is easy.
But as dry season approaches, things change dramatically.
Life in Adi Etot revolves around water.
Many families walk to collect water two times every day. Which water source they walk to (and the amount of time it takes) is completely dependent on the season.
View a Water Source in 360°