A caravan of tourist camels crosses the pyramids.
The point from which this photo is taken is not the officially sanctioned "viewpoint" where tourist buses are led to take that "perfect" panorama of the pyramids. Instead it's a hellish slog up a sandy hill but ultimately worth the pains.
The pyramids are framed by a police camel's legs.
Once you arrive at the top of this hill, you'll likely encounter an extremely friendly policeman and his camel, stationed here to prevent tourists from wandering further into the desert. He urged me to take a photo of his camel so I naturally obliged.