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Stock Photo #4272-16371, Detail of a Maasai warrior's ear ornaments and other beaded or metal adornments. The Maasai practice of piercing ears in adolescence and gradually elongating the lobes is gradually dying out. This warrior's body and his long braids have been smeared with red ochre mixed with animal fat.
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Detail of a Maasai warrior's ear ornaments and other beaded or metal adornments. The Maasai practice of piercing ears in adol...
Detail of a Maasai warrior's ear ornaments and other beaded or metal adornments. The Maasai practice of piercing ears in adolescence and gradually elongating the lobes is gradually dying out. This warrior's body and his long braids have been smeared with red ochre mixed with animal fat.
Stock Photo #4272-10775, In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the air, women and girls sing, clap to a rhythm, and move slowly towards the men. Children enjoy the excitement in the background. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the a...
In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the air, women and girls sing, clap to a rhythm, and move slowly towards the men. Children enjoy the excitement in the background. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-10712, Hamar women dance at a 'Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion
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Hamar women dance at a 'Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose wom...
Hamar women dance at a 'Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion
Stock Photo #4272-23261, Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of...
Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-16379, A Maasai warrior resplendent with his long ochred braids tied in a pigtail watches over his family's cattle, spear in hand. The singular hairstyle of warriors sets them apart from other members of their society.
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A Maasai warrior resplendent with his long ochred braids tied in a pigtail watches over his family's cattle, spear in hand. T...
A Maasai warrior resplendent with his long ochred braids tied in a pigtail watches over his family's cattle, spear in hand. The singular hairstyle of warriors sets them apart from other members of their society.
Stock Photo #4272-16380, A Maasai elder herds his cattle near the foothills of Ol doinyo Orok (the Black Mountain).
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A Maasai elder herds his cattle near the foothills of Ol doinyo Orok (the Black Mountain).
Stock Photo #4272-16369, A Maasai warrior resplendent with long ochred braids. His body has been smeared with red ochre mixed with animal fat while parts of his face have been covered with ochre powder.
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A Maasai warrior resplendent with long ochred braids. His body has been smeared with red ochre mixed with animal fat while pa...
A Maasai warrior resplendent with long ochred braids. His body has been smeared with red ochre mixed with animal fat while parts of his face have been covered with ochre powder.
Stock Photo #4272-23296, Himba ornaments worn by a woman. Himba women smear their bodies with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. They still dress traditionally, wearing leather garments and a variety of ornaments made of leather with wood, ostrich shell and metal beads. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Himba ornaments worn by a woman. Himba women smear their bodies with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. They still ...
Himba ornaments worn by a woman. Himba women smear their bodies with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. They still dress traditionally, wearing leather garments and a variety of ornaments made of leather with wood, ostrich shell and metal beads. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-16561, Two Samburu warriors resplendent with long Ochred braids and beaded ornaments relax in typical pose beside a river bank.
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Two Samburu warriors resplendent with long Ochred braids and beaded ornaments relax in typical pose beside a river bank.
Stock Photo #4272-16657, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-19072, Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language...
Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-16642, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-10741, A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red-ochred hair mop-fashion. Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of their adornments.
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A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditi...
A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red-ochred hair mop-fashion. Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of their adornments.
Stock Photo #4272-16627, Laikipiak Maasai,
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Stock Photo #4272-10693, A Hamar woman at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women we...
A Hamar woman at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-10665, A Karo girl in all her finery. It is a Karo tradition for girls and young women to pierce a hole below the lower lip in which they place a thin piece of metal or a nail for decoration. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
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A Karo girl in all her finery. It is a Karo tradition for girls and young women to pierce a hole below the lower lip in which...
A Karo girl in all her finery. It is a Karo tradition for girls and young women to pierce a hole below the lower lip in which they place a thin piece of metal or a nail for decoration. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-44125, Early morning milking at a Dassanech village in the Omo Delta, Ethiopia
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Early morning milking at a Dassanech village in the Omo Delta, Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4272-23280, A Himba woman milks a cow in the stock enclosure close to her home. Traditional milk containers made from hollowed wood are preferred to their modern equivalents.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A Himba woman milks a cow in the stock enclosure close to her home. Traditional milk containers made from hollowed wood are p...
A Himba woman milks a cow in the stock enclosure close to her home. Traditional milk containers made from hollowed wood are preferred to their modern equivalents.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23312, A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe. Her large, round white beaded necklace, called ombwari, is worn by both sexes. Leather garments continue to be worn.
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A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is style...
A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe. Her large, round white beaded necklace, called ombwari, is worn by both sexes. Leather garments continue to be worn.
Stock Photo #4272-10699, A Hamar woman holds a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman holds a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Eth...
A Hamar woman holds a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-10730, Close up of a young Hamar womans attire during a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. She holds a Hamar tin trumpet in her right hand, which are only blown by women.The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade system that includes several rites of passage for young men.
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Close up of a young Hamar womans attire during a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. She holds a Hamar tin trumpet in her right han...
Close up of a young Hamar womans attire during a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. She holds a Hamar tin trumpet in her right hand, which are only blown by women.The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade system that includes several rites of passage for young men.
Stock Photo #4272-44165, Dassanech women dressed in ceremonial regalia, holding wooden batons and cowhorn containers, participate in a Dimi dance, Ethiopia
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Dassanech women dressed in ceremonial regalia, holding wooden batons and cowhorn containers, participate in a Dimi dance, Eth...
Dassanech women dressed in ceremonial regalia, holding wooden batons and cowhorn containers, participate in a Dimi dance, Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4272-10695, A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Eth...
A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #1890-144399, Hairstyle of Himba women, Kaokoveld, Namibia, Africa
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Hairstyle of Himba women, Kaokoveld, Namibia, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-19067, Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language...
Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-10360, A Hamar woman in the village square of Dimeka. Married women wear two heavy steel necklaces. This woman wears an extra necklace with steel a steel phallic symbol which identifies her as a first wife. She wears her hair long in a braided fringe matted with animal fat and ochre.
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A Hamar woman in the village square of Dimeka. Married women wear two heavy steel necklaces. This woman wears an extra neckla...
A Hamar woman in the village square of Dimeka. Married women wear two heavy steel necklaces. This woman wears an extra necklace with steel a steel phallic symbol which identifies her as a first wife. She wears her hair long in a braided fringe matted with animal fat and ochre.
Stock Photo #4272-23038, A Himba girl with a plaited hairstyle, which she will wear until adolescence. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia
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A Himba girl with a plaited hairstyle, which she will wear until adolescence. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who ...
A Himba girl with a plaited hairstyle, which she will wear until adolescence. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia
Stock Photo #4272-10357, A Hamar woman sits on the ground breast-feeding her baby in the village square of Dimeka. Married women wear two heavy steel necklaces. This woman wears an extra necklace with steel a steel phallic symbol which identifies her as a first wife. She also wears a goatskin capefringed with cowrie shells and her hair long in a braided fringe matted with animal fat and ochre.
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A Hamar woman sits on the ground breast-feeding her baby in the village square of Dimeka. Married women wear two heavy steel ...
A Hamar woman sits on the ground breast-feeding her baby in the village square of Dimeka. Married women wear two heavy steel necklaces. This woman wears an extra necklace with steel a steel phallic symbol which identifies her as a first wife. She also wears a goatskin capefringed with cowrie shells and her hair long in a braided fringe matted with animal fat and ochre.
Stock Photo #4272-44164, Dassanech men and their wives dressed in ceremonial regalia participate in a Dimi dance, Ethiopia
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Dassanech men and their wives dressed in ceremonial regalia participate in a Dimi dance, Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4272-44163, Dassanech men and their wives dressed in ceremonial regalia participate in a Dimi dance, Ethiopia
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Dassanech men and their wives dressed in ceremonial regalia participate in a Dimi dance, Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4272-44145, Watched by their children, a Dassanech man and his wives dress in Dimi regalia, Ethiopia
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Watched by their children, a Dassanech man and his wives dress in Dimi regalia, Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4272-10616, The braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl, which has been embellished with beads and cowries.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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The braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl, which has been embellished with beads and cowries.The Dassanech speak a...
The braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl, which has been embellished with beads and cowries.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #4272-10613, A group of Dassanech women and children at a village situated close to the Omo River. All the villagers food reserves are stored in semicircular granaries, which are kept well off the ground in case of flooding.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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A group of Dassanech women and children at a village situated close to the Omo River. All the villagers food reserves are sto...
A group of Dassanech women and children at a village situated close to the Omo River. All the villagers food reserves are stored in semicircular granaries, which are kept well off the ground in case of flooding.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #4272-10647, The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate their faces and torsos elaborately using local white chalk, pulverised rock and other natural pigments. Young men like their hair braided in striking styles.The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
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The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate their faces and torsos elaborately using lo...
The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate their faces and torsos elaborately using local white chalk, pulverised rock and other natural pigments. Young men like their hair braided in striking styles.The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-10776, In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the air, women and girls sing, clap to a rhythm, and move slowly towards the men. Children enjoy the excitement in the background. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the a...
In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the air, women and girls sing, clap to a rhythm, and move slowly towards the men. Children enjoy the excitement in the background. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-18391, Kenya, Laikipia, Ol Malo. A Samburu warrior's hair is ochred and in braids at a dance
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Kenya, Laikipia, Ol Malo. A Samburu warrior's hair is ochred and in braids at a dance
Stock Photo #4272-16622, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-23283, A Himba girl drinks milk with a wooden spoon from a beautifully made woven container made from local grasses, which is plastered with animal fat and ochre on the outside to prevent it leaking.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A Himba girl drinks milk with a wooden spoon from a beautifully made woven container made from local grasses, which is plaste...
A Himba girl drinks milk with a wooden spoon from a beautifully made woven container made from local grasses, which is plastered with animal fat and ochre on the outside to prevent it leaking.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-10709, A group of Hamar women dance and blow tin trumpets at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A group of Hamar women dance and blow tin trumpets at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists...
A group of Hamar women dance and blow tin trumpets at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-10428, A young Dassanech girl wears her hair partially braided and coated in animal fat and ochre. Typical of her tribe, she has on a leather skirt, metal bracelets and amulets and layers of bead necklaces. A long leather strap decorated with cowrie shells hangs down her back.
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A young Dassanech girl wears her hair partially braided and coated in animal fat and ochre. Typical of her tribe, she has on ...
A young Dassanech girl wears her hair partially braided and coated in animal fat and ochre. Typical of her tribe, she has on a leather skirt, metal bracelets and amulets and layers of bead necklaces. A long leather strap decorated with cowrie shells hangs down her back.
Stock Photo #4272-19070, A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin jumps high in the air surrounded by women to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin jumps high in the air surrounded by women to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot ar...
A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin jumps high in the air surrounded by women to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-10751, The ochre worn by a married Hamar girl glows deep red in the late afternoon light.;The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women and girls wear striking traditional dress. Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of a woman's adornments. Cowries are also popular to embellish their appearance.
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The ochre worn by a married Hamar girl glows deep red in the late afternoon light.;The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of...
The ochre worn by a married Hamar girl glows deep red in the late afternoon light.;The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women and girls wear striking traditional dress. Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of a woman's adornments. Cowries are also popular to embellish their appearance.
Stock Photo #4272-10405, A young Nyangatom woman carries her baby on her hip in an elaborately braided papoose. Her hair has been reddened with a mixture of ochre and animal fat. Typical of her tribe, she wears a calfskin skirt, multiple layers of bead necklaces and metal bracelets and amulets. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
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A young Nyangatom woman carries her baby on her hip in an elaborately braided papoose. Her hair has been reddened with a mixt...
A young Nyangatom woman carries her baby on her hip in an elaborately braided papoose. Her hair has been reddened with a mixture of ochre and animal fat. Typical of her tribe, she wears a calfskin skirt, multiple layers of bead necklaces and metal bracelets and amulets. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-10667, A Karo girl in all her finery. It is a Karo tradition for girls and young women to pierce a hole below the lower lip in which they place a thin piece of metal or a nail for decoration. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
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A Karo girl in all her finery. It is a Karo tradition for girls and young women to pierce a hole below the lower lip in which...
A Karo girl in all her finery. It is a Karo tradition for girls and young women to pierce a hole below the lower lip in which they place a thin piece of metal or a nail for decoration. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-23267, Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of...
Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-16377, A Maasai warrior blows a trumpet fashioned from the horn of a Greater Kudu. The strap is decorated with cowrie shells. Kudu-horn trumpets are only sounded to call men to arms or on ceremonial occasions.
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A Maasai warrior blows a trumpet fashioned from the horn of a Greater Kudu. The strap is decorated with cowrie shells. Kudu-h...
A Maasai warrior blows a trumpet fashioned from the horn of a Greater Kudu. The strap is decorated with cowrie shells. Kudu-horn trumpets are only sounded to call men to arms or on ceremonial occasions.
Stock Photo #4272-23033, A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, which is called erembe.
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A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is style...
A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, which is called erembe.
Stock Photo #4272-23269, Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of...
Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-10662, Karo men and girls enjoy a dance. The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate themselves elaborately using local white chalk, pulverised rock and other natural pigments. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
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Karo men and girls enjoy a dance. The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate themselve...
Karo men and girls enjoy a dance. The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate themselves elaborately using local white chalk, pulverised rock and other natural pigments. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-10514, A woman of the Tsemay tribe of remote Southwest Ethiopia wears an attractively decorated leather skirt and apron. Her hair is braided and smeared with ochre.The Tsemay are a small tribe neighbouring the more numerous Hamar people with whom they share a common language.
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A woman of the Tsemay tribe of remote Southwest Ethiopia wears an attractively decorated leather skirt and apron. Her hair is...
A woman of the Tsemay tribe of remote Southwest Ethiopia wears an attractively decorated leather skirt and apron. Her hair is braided and smeared with ochre.The Tsemay are a small tribe neighbouring the more numerous Hamar people with whom they share a common language.
Stock Photo #4272-23303, The traditional back ornament of Himba women, called eha. They are fashioned from homemade metal studs backed onto leather and come in a variety of patterns. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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The traditional back ornament of Himba women, called eha. They are fashioned from homemade metal studs backed onto leather an...
The traditional back ornament of Himba women, called eha. They are fashioned from homemade metal studs backed onto leather and come in a variety of patterns. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-16243, In their dances, Samburu warriors take it in turns to leap high in the air from a standing position without bending their knees. This is achieved by flexing their ankles in a seemingly effortless way. Their long Ochred braids distinguish them from other members of their society.
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In their dances, Samburu warriors take it in turns to leap high in the air from a standing position without bending their kne...
In their dances, Samburu warriors take it in turns to leap high in the air from a standing position without bending their knees. This is achieved by flexing their ankles in a seemingly effortless way. Their long Ochred braids distinguish them from other members of their society.
Stock Photo #4272-16969, Immediately a Samburu youth has been circumcised, his ritual sponsors and friends will draw blood from an ox by tying a rope tourniquet round the animals neck and piercing the jugular with a short, sharp arrow. A mixture of blood and milk will be given to the initiate to drink while he recovers from the operation in his mothers house.
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Immediately a Samburu youth has been circumcised, his ritual sponsors and friends will draw blood from an ox by tying a rope ...
Immediately a Samburu youth has been circumcised, his ritual sponsors and friends will draw blood from an ox by tying a rope tourniquet round the animals neck and piercing the jugular with a short, sharp arrow. A mixture of blood and milk will be given to the initiate to drink while he recovers from the operation in his mothers house.
Stock Photo #4272-23266, Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of...
Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23070, The bonnet like headdress of this young Himba girl is a visible sign of her recent marriage. Known as ekori, the leather garment is handed down from generation to generation and will be worn for at least a month after her wedding. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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The bonnet like headdress of this young Himba girl is a visible sign of her recent marriage. Known as ekori, the leather garm...
The bonnet like headdress of this young Himba girl is a visible sign of her recent marriage. Known as ekori, the leather garment is handed down from generation to generation and will be worn for at least a month after her wedding. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23050, A young Himba girl in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A young Himba girl in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is ...
A young Himba girl in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-16564, A large gathering of Maasai warriors, resplendent with long Ochred braids, listen to instructions from their chiefs and elders during a ceremony
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A large gathering of Maasai warriors, resplendent with long Ochred braids, listen to instructions from their chiefs and elder...
A large gathering of Maasai warriors, resplendent with long Ochred braids, listen to instructions from their chiefs and elders during a ceremony
Stock Photo #4272-16359, Maasai warriors resplendent with long ochred braids relax and wait for the start of a ceremony. Red has always been their preferred colour.
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Maasai warriors resplendent with long ochred braids relax and wait for the start of a ceremony. Red has always been their pre...
Maasai warriors resplendent with long ochred braids relax and wait for the start of a ceremony. Red has always been their preferred colour.
Stock Photo #4272-23290, A young girl, her body lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace, called ombwari, a tradition of all Himba people. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A young girl, her body lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace,...
A young girl, her body lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace, called ombwari, a tradition of all Himba people. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-10617, Ethiopia, Southwest Ethiopia, Omo Delta. The Braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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Ethiopia, Southwest Ethiopia, Omo Delta. The Braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl. The Dassanech speak a language...
Ethiopia, Southwest Ethiopia, Omo Delta. The Braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #4272-10691, A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Eth...
A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-10743, A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditi...
A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-10700, A Hamar woman being whipped by a man at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman being whipped by a man at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest ...
A Hamar woman being whipped by a man at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-16620, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-10722, With oiled and blackened bodies, a group of young men who have already completed their initiation ceremony participate in a Hamar Bull Jumping ceremony of a friend by circling the cattle before the climax to the ceremony takes place.
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With oiled and blackened bodies, a group of young men who have already completed their initiation ceremony participate in a H...
With oiled and blackened bodies, a group of young men who have already completed their initiation ceremony participate in a Hamar Bull Jumping ceremony of a friend by circling the cattle before the climax to the ceremony takes place.
Stock Photo #4272-10774, In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the air, women and girls sing, clap to a rhythm, and move slowly towards the men. Children enjoy the excitement in the background. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the a...
In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the air, women and girls sing, clap to a rhythm, and move slowly towards the men. Children enjoy the excitement in the background. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-16366, A Maasai warrior in full battle cry, his long-bladed spear at the ready.
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A Maasai warrior in full battle cry, his long-bladed spear at the ready.
Stock Photo #4272-10717, Hamar men line up steers at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade system that includes several rites of passage for young men.
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Hamar men line up steers at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade...
Hamar men line up steers at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade system that includes several rites of passage for young men.
Stock Photo #4355-2408, Namibia, Serra Cafema, Close-up portrait of Himba tribe woman
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Stock Photo #4272-10777, In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the air, women and girls sing, clap to a rhythm, and move slowly towards the men. Children enjoy the excitement in the background. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the a...
In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the air, women and girls sing, clap to a rhythm, and move slowly towards the men. Children enjoy the excitement in the background. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4192-8139, Hamer Tribe,South Omo,Ethiopia
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Stock Photo #4272-16383, Maasai warriors draw water from a deep well. The depth of wells is measured by the number of men required to bring water to the cattle troughs at the top of them. A three-man well will be about 24 feet deep since the buckets are thrown between the men in a rhythmic chant.
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Maasai warriors draw water from a deep well. The depth of wells is measured by the number of men required to bring water to t...
Maasai warriors draw water from a deep well. The depth of wells is measured by the number of men required to bring water to the cattle troughs at the top of them. A three-man well will be about 24 feet deep since the buckets are thrown between the men in a rhythmic chant.
Stock Photo #4272-10661, Karo men and girls enjoy a dance. The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate themselves elaborately using local white chalk, pulverised rock and other natural pigments. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
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Karo men and girls enjoy a dance. The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate themselve...
Karo men and girls enjoy a dance. The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate themselves elaborately using local white chalk, pulverised rock and other natural pigments. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-16659, Kenya, Laikipia Plateau. Laikipiak Maasai
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Kenya, Laikipia Plateau. Laikipiak Maasai
Stock Photo #4272-16364, Two Maasai warriors in full regalia. The headdress of the man on the left is made from the mane of a lion while the one on the right is fringed with black ostrich feathers. Their traditional weaponry includes long-bladed spears and shields are made of buffalo hide.
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Two Maasai warriors in full regalia. The headdress of the man on the left is made from the mane of a lion while the one on th...
Two Maasai warriors in full regalia. The headdress of the man on the left is made from the mane of a lion while the one on the right is fringed with black ostrich feathers. Their traditional weaponry includes long-bladed spears and shields are made of buffalo hide.
Stock Photo #4272-18389, Kenya, Laikipia, Ol Malo. A Samburu warrior's hair is ochred and tied up in braids at a dance at a local manyatta
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Kenya, Laikipia, Ol Malo. A Samburu warrior's hair is ochred and tied up in braids at a dance at a local manyatta
Stock Photo #4272-32849, A Wa-Arusha warrior carries home a yoke. His brown necklace is made from aromatic wood. The Wa-Arusha are closely related to the Maasai and speak the same _maa language. Unlike the Maasai, however, they till the land. In the past, this has brought them into conflict with their pastoral neighbors who disdained cultivation.
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A Wa-Arusha warrior carries home a yoke. His brown necklace is made from aromatic wood. The Wa-Arusha are closely related to ...
A Wa-Arusha warrior carries home a yoke. His brown necklace is made from aromatic wood. The Wa-Arusha are closely related to the Maasai and speak the same _maa language. Unlike the Maasai, however, they till the land. In the past, this has brought them into conflict with their pastoral neighbors who disdained cultivation.
Stock Photo #4272-23314, A Himba woman in traditional attire adjusts her headdress. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
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A Himba woman in traditional attire adjusts her headdress. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. ...
A Himba woman in traditional attire adjusts her headdress. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
Stock Photo #4272-17113, A young Pokot girl wears large necklaces made from the stems of sedge grass, which are then plastered with a mixture of animal fat and red ochre before being decorated with buttons and beads.
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A young Pokot girl wears large necklaces made from the stems of sedge grass, which are then plastered with a mixture of anima...
A young Pokot girl wears large necklaces made from the stems of sedge grass, which are then plastered with a mixture of animal fat and red ochre before being decorated with buttons and beads.
Stock Photo #4272-16658, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-23304, An old Himba woman relaxes outside her home. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
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An old Himba woman relaxes outside her home. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her hair is st...
An old Himba woman relaxes outside her home. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
Stock Photo #4272-16376, A Maasai warrior resplendent with long ochred braids tied in a pigtail at the back, puts red ochre on his friend's plaits. Red ochre is anatural earth ,which is mixed with animal fat to the consistency of greasepaint.
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A Maasai warrior resplendent with long ochred braids tied in a pigtail at the back, puts red ochre on his friend's plaits. Re...
A Maasai warrior resplendent with long ochred braids tied in a pigtail at the back, puts red ochre on his friend's plaits. Red ochre is anatural earth ,which is mixed with animal fat to the consistency of greasepaint.
Stock Photo #4272-10815, A lively Nyagatom dance is enjoyed by villagers in the late afternoon. The elevated houses in the background are both homes and granaries, which have been built to withstand flooding when the Omo River bursts its banks The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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A lively Nyagatom dance is enjoyed by villagers in the late afternoon. The elevated houses in the background are both homes a...
A lively Nyagatom dance is enjoyed by villagers in the late afternoon. The elevated houses in the background are both homes and granaries, which have been built to withstand flooding when the Omo River bursts its banks The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-17117, A Turkana girl with a large gourd-like container used as a receptacle for water or milk. In the absence of gourds, the Turkana carve their containers from soft wood, such as that from the common commiphora species, which thrives in semi-arid country.
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A Turkana girl with a large gourd-like container used as a receptacle for water or milk. In the absence of gourds, the Turkan...
A Turkana girl with a large gourd-like container used as a receptacle for water or milk. In the absence of gourds, the Turkana carve their containers from soft wood, such as that from the common commiphora species, which thrives in semi-arid country.
Stock Photo #4272-16663, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-16624, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-23289, Three young girls, their bodies lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace, called ombwari, a tradition of all Himba people. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Three young girls, their bodies lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded ...
Three young girls, their bodies lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace, called ombwari, a tradition of all Himba people. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23286, An old Himba man drinks milk from a wooden container held by one of his daughters. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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An old Himba man drinks milk from a wooden container held by one of his daughters. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads...
An old Himba man drinks milk from a wooden container held by one of his daughters. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-44171, A Dassanech woman with yellow ochre on her face in preparation for a Dimi ceremony, Ethiopia
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A Dassanech woman with yellow ochre on her face in preparation for a Dimi ceremony, Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4355-2407, Namibia, Serra Cafema, Close-up of Himba tribe woman contemplating
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Stock Photo #1890-64418, Portrait of a Hamer woman with goscha ochre and resin hair tresses, Hamer Tribe, Lower Omo Valley, southern area, Ethiopia, Africa
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Portrait of a Hamer woman with goscha ochre and resin hair tresses, Hamer Tribe, Lower Omo Valley, southern area, Ethiopia, A...
Portrait of a Hamer woman with goscha ochre and resin hair tresses, Hamer Tribe, Lower Omo Valley, southern area, Ethiopia, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-23048, A young Himba girl in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A young Himba girl in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is ...
A young Himba girl in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-16378, During their dances, Maasai warriors take turns to leap high in the air from a standing position without bending their knees. They achieve this by flexing their ankles in a seemingly effortless way .
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During their dances, Maasai warriors take turns to leap high in the air from a standing position without bending their knees....
During their dances, Maasai warriors take turns to leap high in the air from a standing position without bending their knees. They achieve this by flexing their ankles in a seemingly effortless way .
Stock Photo #4272-10359, A Hamar woman sits holding a gourd in the village square of Dimeka. Married women wear two heavy steel necklaces. This woman wears an extra necklace with steel a steel phallic symbol which identifies her as a first wife. She wears her hair long in a braided fringe matted with animal fat and ochre.
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A Hamar woman sits holding a gourd in the village square of Dimeka. Married women wear two heavy steel necklaces. This woman ...
A Hamar woman sits holding a gourd in the village square of Dimeka. Married women wear two heavy steel necklaces. This woman wears an extra necklace with steel a steel phallic symbol which identifies her as a first wife. She wears her hair long in a braided fringe matted with animal fat and ochre.
Stock Photo #4272-16381, Two young Maasai girls help to herd their family's cattle near a waterhole in the foothills of Ol doinyo Orok (the Black Mountain). Childhood is very short in Maasailand; children begin to help their parents at a young age and may never attend school.
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Two young Maasai girls help to herd their family's cattle near a waterhole in the foothills of Ol doinyo Orok (the Black Moun...
Two young Maasai girls help to herd their family's cattle near a waterhole in the foothills of Ol doinyo Orok (the Black Mountain). Childhood is very short in Maasailand; children begin to help their parents at a young age and may never attend school.
Stock Photo #4272-16372, A Maasai warrior with his long braids and body coated with red ochre mixed with animal fat. He has put ochre dust round his eyes to enhance his appearance ready for a dance. The singular hairstyles of Maasai warriors sets them apart from other members of their society.
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A Maasai warrior with his long braids and body coated with red ochre mixed with animal fat. He has put ochre dust round his e...
A Maasai warrior with his long braids and body coated with red ochre mixed with animal fat. He has put ochre dust round his eyes to enhance his appearance ready for a dance. The singular hairstyles of Maasai warriors sets them apart from other members of their society.
Stock Photo #4272-10614, A group of Dassanech women and children at a village situated close to the Omo River. All the villagers food reserves are stored in semicircular granaries, which are kept well off the ground in case of flooding.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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A group of Dassanech women and children at a village situated close to the Omo River. All the villagers food reserves are sto...
A group of Dassanech women and children at a village situated close to the Omo River. All the villagers food reserves are stored in semicircular granaries, which are kept well off the ground in case of flooding.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #4272-10368, A Hamar woman blows a tin horn at the bull -jumping ceremony of a man in her family, a rite of passage to manhood. She wears a leather belt decorated with cowrie shells around her neck. As is normal for her tribe she wears her hair braided and thick with ochre and animal fat.
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A Hamar woman blows a tin horn at the bull -jumping ceremony of a man in her family, a rite of passage to manhood. She wears ...
A Hamar woman blows a tin horn at the bull -jumping ceremony of a man in her family, a rite of passage to manhood. She wears a leather belt decorated with cowrie shells around her neck. As is normal for her tribe she wears her hair braided and thick with ochre and animal fat.
Stock Photo #4272-23308, A Himba youth with his hair styled in a long plait, known as ondatu. Once married, he will split the ondatu into two plaits and keep them covered. His heavy white-beaded necklace, ombwari, will have been made for him by his mother. They are worn by both men and women. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A Himba youth with his hair styled in a long plait, known as ondatu. Once married, he will split the ondatu into two plaits a...
A Himba youth with his hair styled in a long plait, known as ondatu. Once married, he will split the ondatu into two plaits and keep them covered. His heavy white-beaded necklace, ombwari, will have been made for him by his mother. They are worn by both men and women. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23273, Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of...
Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23041, A Himba mother and child ride home on a donkey. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The womans long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A Himba mother and child ride home on a donkey. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The woma...
A Himba mother and child ride home on a donkey. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The womans long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #1566-880874, Braided Hair of Himba Woman - Orupembe Conservancy - Kaokoland, Namibia
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Braided Hair of Himba Woman - Orupembe Conservancy - Kaokoland, Namibia
Stock Photo #4272-23274, A group of Himba women in jovial mood. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A group of Himba women in jovial mood. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their long hair i...
A group of Himba women in jovial mood. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-10615, The braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl, which has been embellished with beads and cowries.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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The braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl, which has been embellished with beads and cowries.The Dassanech speak a...
The braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl, which has been embellished with beads and cowries.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #4272-10816, A lively Nyagatom dance is enjoyed by villagers in the late afternoon. The elevated houses in the background are both homes and granaries, which have been built to withstand flooding when the Omo River bursts its banks The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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A lively Nyagatom dance is enjoyed by villagers in the late afternoon. The elevated houses in the background are both homes a...
A lively Nyagatom dance is enjoyed by villagers in the late afternoon. The elevated houses in the background are both homes and granaries, which have been built to withstand flooding when the Omo River bursts its banks The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-23046, After visiting a market centre, a young Himba woman drives home her donkey along dusty white tracks. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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After visiting a market centre, a young Himba woman drives home her donkey along dusty white tracks. Her body gleams from a m...
After visiting a market centre, a young Himba woman drives home her donkey along dusty white tracks. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-17118, A group of Turkana girls assemble to celebrate a marriage. There is much to be learnt from the language of beads. Red is the colour of blood, which wards off evil spirits that may haunt a person when someone dies.
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A group of Turkana girls assemble to celebrate a marriage. There is much to be learnt from the language of beads. Red is the ...
A group of Turkana girls assemble to celebrate a marriage. There is much to be learnt from the language of beads. Red is the colour of blood, which wards off evil spirits that may haunt a person when someone dies.
Stock Photo #4272-16373, A back view of a Maasai warrior resplendent with long ochred braids tied in a pigtail. This singular hairstyle sets him apart from other members of his society. His beaded belt is of a style only worn by warriors. The little copper bell-shaped ear ornament hanging from his elongated and decorated earlobe is also peculiar to the Maasai.
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A back view of a Maasai warrior resplendent with long ochred braids tied in a pigtail. This singular hairstyle sets him apart...
A back view of a Maasai warrior resplendent with long ochred braids tied in a pigtail. This singular hairstyle sets him apart from other members of his society. His beaded belt is of a style only worn by warriors. The little copper bell-shaped ear ornament hanging from his elongated and decorated earlobe is also peculiar to the Maasai.
Stock Photo #4272-10778, In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the air, women and girls sing, clap to a rhythm, and move slowly towards the men. Children enjoy the excitement in the background. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the a...
In the late afternoon, Nyagatom villagers enjoy singing and dancing. As groups of men take centre stage to jump high in the air, women and girls sing, clap to a rhythm, and move slowly towards the men. Children enjoy the excitement in the background. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-19069, A Pokot warrior wearing a cheetah skin jumps high in the air surrounded by young women to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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A Pokot warrior wearing a cheetah skin jumps high in the air surrounded by young women to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Po...
A Pokot warrior wearing a cheetah skin jumps high in the air surrounded by young women to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-23278, A Himba woman milks a cow in the stock enclosure close to her home. Traditional milk containers made from hollowed wood are preferred to their modern equivalents.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A Himba woman milks a cow in the stock enclosure close to her home. Traditional milk containers made from hollowed wood are p...
A Himba woman milks a cow in the stock enclosure close to her home. Traditional milk containers made from hollowed wood are preferred to their modern equivalents.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-10701, A Hamar woman implores a man to whip her at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. Female friends and relatives of the initiate are willing whipped with pliable sticks to show their solidarity and love for him. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman implores a man to whip her at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. Female friends and relatives of the initiate are ...
A Hamar woman implores a man to whip her at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. Female friends and relatives of the initiate are willing whipped with pliable sticks to show their solidarity and love for him. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-10749, A Hamar woman at her homestead in the Hamar Mountains.The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of their adornments. Cowries are also popular to embellish a woman's appearance.
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A Hamar woman at her homestead in the Hamar Mountains.The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose wom...
A Hamar woman at her homestead in the Hamar Mountains.The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of their adornments. Cowries are also popular to embellish a woman's appearance.
Stock Photo #4272-42284, The beaded adornments of a Maasai warrior with the braids of his long ochred tied with leather to a small piece of decorated, hand carved wood called olkilorai, Kenya
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The beaded adornments of a Maasai warrior with the braids of his long ochred tied with leather to a small piece of decorated,...
The beaded adornments of a Maasai warrior with the braids of his long ochred tied with leather to a small piece of decorated, hand carved wood called olkilorai, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-19053, Two young Pokot girls wearing traditional ornaments that denote their unmarried status. Their broad belts are made with the metacarpus and metatarsal bones of dikdiks interspersed with beads. Kenya
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Two young Pokot girls wearing traditional ornaments that denote their unmarried status. Their broad belts are made with the m...
Two young Pokot girls wearing traditional ornaments that denote their unmarried status. Their broad belts are made with the metacarpus and metatarsal bones of dikdiks interspersed with beads. Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-16662, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-23305, An old Himba woman, upright despite her years, rides her donkey through harsh land where mid-day temperatures rise to 400C. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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An old Himba woman, upright despite her years, rides her donkey through harsh land where mid-day temperatures rise to 400C. T...
An old Himba woman, upright despite her years, rides her donkey through harsh land where mid-day temperatures rise to 400C. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-16368, Kenya, Kajiado, Maparasha. A Maasai warrior resplendent with long, ochred braids. This singular form of hairstyle distinguishes warriors from the rest of their society. This man has looped his elongated and decorated earlobes over his ears - a common practice when walking through thorn scrub country to prevent the loops being snagged by thorns.
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Kenya, Kajiado, Maparasha. A Maasai warrior resplendent with long, ochred braids. This singular form of hairstyle distinguish...
Kenya, Kajiado, Maparasha. A Maasai warrior resplendent with long, ochred braids. This singular form of hairstyle distinguishes warriors from the rest of their society. This man has looped his elongated and decorated earlobes over his ears - a common practice when walking through thorn scrub country to prevent the loops being snagged by thorns.
Stock Photo #4272-10705, A group of Hamar women at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A group of Hamar women at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose...
A group of Hamar women at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4355-2405, Namibia, Serra Cafema, Close-up portrait of Himba woman smiling
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Stock Photo #4272-19079, A young Pokot girl wearing a traditional broad necklace made of hollow reed grass that denotes her uninitiated status. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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A young Pokot girl wearing a traditional broad necklace made of hollow reed grass that denotes her uninitiated status. The Po...
A young Pokot girl wearing a traditional broad necklace made of hollow reed grass that denotes her uninitiated status. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-10718, Hamar men line up steers at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade system that includes several rites of passage for young men.
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Hamar men line up steers at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade...
Hamar men line up steers at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade system that includes several rites of passage for young men.
Stock Photo #4272-10533, A Karo girl in traditional attire stands outside her familys home. The door of the low entrance to the house is propped against its thatched wall. Most girls pierce a hole below the lower lip in which they place a thin piece of metal or a nail for decoration.
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A Karo girl in traditional attire stands outside her familys home. The door of the low entrance to the house is propped again...
A Karo girl in traditional attire stands outside her familys home. The door of the low entrance to the house is propped against its thatched wall. Most girls pierce a hole below the lower lip in which they place a thin piece of metal or a nail for decoration.
Stock Photo #4272-10364, A Hamar woman wears the two heavy iron necklaces of a married woman and the extra necklace with phallic symbol that identifies her as a first wife. Her hair is braided and reddened with a mixture of ochre and animal fat and decorated with bougainvillia flowers.
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A Hamar woman wears the two heavy iron necklaces of a married woman and the extra necklace with phallic symbol that identifie...
A Hamar woman wears the two heavy iron necklaces of a married woman and the extra necklace with phallic symbol that identifies her as a first wife. Her hair is braided and reddened with a mixture of ochre and animal fat and decorated with bougainvillia flowers.
Stock Photo #1899-24871, Looking through the viewfinder. Two African men, possibly Maasai, peer into the viewfinder of a large format single lens reflex Graflex camera that they hold between them. They are dressed in traditional costume and jewellery and their braided hair is tied back and daubed with ochre. Amboseli, Tanganyika Territory (Tanzania), 1 October 1951. Amboseli, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Eastern Africa, Africa.
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Looking through the viewfinder. Two African men, possibly Maasai, peer into the viewfinder of a large format single lens refl...
Looking through the viewfinder. Two African men, possibly Maasai, peer into the viewfinder of a large format single lens reflex Graflex camera that they hold between them. They are dressed in traditional costume and jewellery and their braided hair is tied back and daubed with ochre. Amboseli, Tanganyika Territory (Tanzania), 1 October 1951. Amboseli, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Eastern Africa, Africa.
Stock Photo #4272-10655, Karo villagers assemble for a dance. The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate themselves elaborately using local white chalk, pulverised rock and other natural pigments. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
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Karo villagers assemble for a dance. The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate themse...
Karo villagers assemble for a dance. The Karo excel in body art. Before dances and ceremonial occasions, they decorate themselves elaborately using local white chalk, pulverised rock and other natural pigments. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-44166, A Dassanech woman dressed in ceremonial regalia, holding a wooden baton and a cowhorn container, participates in a Dimi dance, Ethiopia
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A Dassanech woman dressed in ceremonial regalia, holding a wooden baton and a cowhorn container, participates in a Dimi dance...
A Dassanech woman dressed in ceremonial regalia, holding a wooden baton and a cowhorn container, participates in a Dimi dance, Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4272-23262, Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of...
Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-18390, Kenya, Laikipia, Ol Malo. A Samburu warrior sings and claps during a dance
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Kenya, Laikipia, Ol Malo. A Samburu warrior sings and claps during a dance
Stock Photo #4272-44172, Dassanech children crowd round a visitor to their village in the Omo Delta, Ethiopia
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Stock Photo #4272-37575, Pokot women celebrate a Sapana ceremony.
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Pokot women celebrate a Sapana ceremony.
Stock Photo #4272-16370, A Maasai warrior has daubed himself with red ochre mixed with animal fat to participate in a dance. His long ochred braids have been drawn forward from the crown of the head and tied in three places. This singular hairstyle sets warriors apart from the rest of their society.
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A Maasai warrior has daubed himself with red ochre mixed with animal fat to participate in a dance. His long ochred braids ha...
A Maasai warrior has daubed himself with red ochre mixed with animal fat to participate in a dance. His long ochred braids have been drawn forward from the crown of the head and tied in three places. This singular hairstyle sets warriors apart from the rest of their society.
Stock Photo #4272-16086, A Samburu moran teaches children the skills of being a warrior during a Cheli & Peacock family mobile safari.
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A Samburu moran teaches children the skills of being a warrior during a Cheli & Peacock family mobile safari.
Stock Photo #4272-23307, A Himba youth rides to market on a donkey. His hair is styled in a long plait, known as ondatu. Once married, he will split the ondatu into two plaits and keep them covered. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A Himba youth rides to market on a donkey. His hair is styled in a long plait, known as ondatu. Once married, he will split t...
A Himba youth rides to market on a donkey. His hair is styled in a long plait, known as ondatu. Once married, he will split the ondatu into two plaits and keep them covered. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23301, Two happy Himba girls ride a donkey to market. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Two happy Himba girls ride a donkey to market. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their lon...
Two happy Himba girls ride a donkey to market. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-19074, Pokot men, women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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Pokot men, women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic lan...
Pokot men, women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-10704, A group of Hamar women at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A group of Hamar women at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose...
A group of Hamar women at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-10698, A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Eth...
A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-16656, Kenya, Laikipia Plateau. Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-10525, Karo girls paint their faces in preparation for a dance. It is a tradition for girls to pierce a hole below the lower lip in which they place a thin piece of metal or a nail for decoration. Elaborate scarification is not an unusual form of body decoration.The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
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Karo girls paint their faces in preparation for a dance. It is a tradition for girls to pierce a hole below the lower lip in ...
Karo girls paint their faces in preparation for a dance. It is a tradition for girls to pierce a hole below the lower lip in which they place a thin piece of metal or a nail for decoration. Elaborate scarification is not an unusual form of body decoration.The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-16221, A Samburu warrior resplendent with his long braids of Ochred hair. His round ear ornaments are made of ivory. Samburu warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance. They use ochre extensively; it is a natural earth containing ferric oxide which is mixed with animal fat to the consistency of greasepaint.
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A Samburu warrior resplendent with his long braids of Ochred hair. His round ear ornaments are made of ivory. Samburu warrior...
A Samburu warrior resplendent with his long braids of Ochred hair. His round ear ornaments are made of ivory. Samburu warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance. They use ochre extensively; it is a natural earth containing ferric oxide which is mixed with animal fat to the consistency of greasepaint.
Stock Photo #4355-2404, Namibia, Serra Cafema, Close-up of Himba tribe woman clay covered dreadlocks
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Stock Photo #4272-23265, Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of...
Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23058, An old Himba woman, upright despite her years, rides her donkey through harsh land where mid day temperatures rise to 400C. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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An old Himba woman, upright despite her years, rides her donkey through harsh land where mid day temperatures rise to 400C. T...
An old Himba woman, upright despite her years, rides her donkey through harsh land where mid day temperatures rise to 400C. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-16360, A group of Maasai warriors, resplendent with long Ochred braids, chat beneath Ol doinyo Orok, the black mountain.
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A group of Maasai warriors, resplendent with long Ochred braids, chat beneath Ol doinyo Orok, the black mountain.
Stock Photo #4272-16222, A Samburu warrior resplendent with long braids of Ochred hair. His round ear ornaments are made of ivory. Samburu warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance. They use ochre extensively; it is a natural earth containing ferric oxide which is mixed with animal fat to the consistency of greasepaint. By tradition, warriors always used to carry two spears.
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A Samburu warrior resplendent with long braids of Ochred hair. His round ear ornaments are made of ivory. Samburu warriors ar...
A Samburu warrior resplendent with long braids of Ochred hair. His round ear ornaments are made of ivory. Samburu warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance. They use ochre extensively; it is a natural earth containing ferric oxide which is mixed with animal fat to the consistency of greasepaint. By tradition, warriors always used to carry two spears.
Stock Photo #4272-10808, A Nyagatom woman wears numerous strands of beads made from wood.The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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A Nyagatom woman wears numerous strands of beads made from wood.The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the m...
A Nyagatom woman wears numerous strands of beads made from wood.The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-16092, A Samburu warrior talks to children about the bush on a Cheli & Peacock family safari.
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A Samburu warrior talks to children about the bush on a Cheli & Peacock family safari.
Stock Photo #4272-23034, A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, which is called erembe.
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A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is style...
A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, which is called erembe.
Stock Photo #4272-32848, A Maasai warrior with his hair styled in a most unusual way. His long braids have been wrapped tightly in leather, decorated with beads and tied in an arch over his head. A colobus monkey tail sets this singular hairstyle apart from the more traditional warrior styles.
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A Maasai warrior with his hair styled in a most unusual way. His long braids have been wrapped tightly in leather, decorated ...
A Maasai warrior with his hair styled in a most unusual way. His long braids have been wrapped tightly in leather, decorated with beads and tied in an arch over his head. A colobus monkey tail sets this singular hairstyle apart from the more traditional warrior styles.
Stock Photo #4272-23057, An old Himba woman, upright despite her years, rides her donkey through harsh land where mid day temperatures rise to 400C. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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An old Himba woman, upright despite her years, rides her donkey through harsh land where mid day temperatures rise to 400C. T...
An old Himba woman, upright despite her years, rides her donkey through harsh land where mid day temperatures rise to 400C. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-10750, The ochre worn by a pretty young Hamar girl glows deep red in the late afternoon light.;The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women and girls wear striking traditional dress. Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of a woman's adornments. Cowries are also popular to embellish their appearance.
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The ochre worn by a pretty young Hamar girl glows deep red in the late afternoon light.;The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralis...
The ochre worn by a pretty young Hamar girl glows deep red in the late afternoon light.;The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women and girls wear striking traditional dress. Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of a woman's adornments. Cowries are also popular to embellish their appearance.
Stock Photo #4272-16655, Kenya, Laikipia Plateau. Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-23284, A Himba girl drinks milk from a wooden spoon. Her large, round necklace, studded with white beads, is called ombwari and is worn by both sexes. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A Himba girl drinks milk from a wooden spoon. Her large, round necklace, studded with white beads, is called ombwari and is w...
A Himba girl drinks milk from a wooden spoon. Her large, round necklace, studded with white beads, is called ombwari and is worn by both sexes. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-44141, The braided and ochred hair of a Dassanech girl, Ethiopia
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The braided and ochred hair of a Dassanech girl, Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4272-10719, Hamar men line up steers at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade system that includes several rites of passage for young men.
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Hamar men line up steers at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade...
Hamar men line up steers at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The semi nomadic Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia embrace an age grade system that includes several rites of passage for young men.
Stock Photo #4272-10535, A woman of the Tsemay tribe of remote Southwest Ethiopia wears attractively decorated leather clothes. Her hair is braided and smeared with ochre.The Tsemay are a small tribe neighbouring the more numerous Hamar people with whom they share a common language.
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A woman of the Tsemay tribe of remote Southwest Ethiopia wears attractively decorated leather clothes. Her hair is braided an...
A woman of the Tsemay tribe of remote Southwest Ethiopia wears attractively decorated leather clothes. Her hair is braided and smeared with ochre.The Tsemay are a small tribe neighbouring the more numerous Hamar people with whom they share a common language.
Stock Photo #4272-10798, While friends look on, a Nyagatom woman scrapes the back of a cowhide to remove the dried flesh and blood. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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While friends look on, a Nyagatom woman scrapes the back of a cowhide to remove the dried flesh and blood. The Nyagatom are o...
While friends look on, a Nyagatom woman scrapes the back of a cowhide to remove the dried flesh and blood. The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-23264, Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of...
Himba women perform the otjiunda dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while one of them gyrates in the centre of the circle. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23287, A young girl, her body lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace, called ombwari, a tradition of all Himba people. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A young girl, her body lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace,...
A young girl, her body lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace, called ombwari, a tradition of all Himba people. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23279, A Himba woman milks a cow in the stock enclosure close to her home. Traditional milk containers made from hollowed wood are preferred to their modern equivalents.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A Himba woman milks a cow in the stock enclosure close to her home. Traditional milk containers made from hollowed wood are p...
A Himba woman milks a cow in the stock enclosure close to her home. Traditional milk containers made from hollowed wood are preferred to their modern equivalents.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-16618, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-23275, A Himba mother and her baby. The bodies of Himba women gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
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A Himba mother and her baby. The bodies of Himba women gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their long hai...
A Himba mother and her baby. The bodies of Himba women gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
Stock Photo #4272-23077, A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
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A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is style...
A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
Stock Photo #4272-10694, A Hamar woman at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women we...
A Hamar woman at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-16563, A group of Maasai warriors, resplendent with long Ochred braids, chat outside their traditional houses. These squat houses with rounded corners have roofs plastered with a mixture of soil and cow dung, so need regular repairs during rain.
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A group of Maasai warriors, resplendent with long Ochred braids, chat outside their traditional houses. These squat houses wi...
A group of Maasai warriors, resplendent with long Ochred braids, chat outside their traditional houses. These squat houses with rounded corners have roofs plastered with a mixture of soil and cow dung, so need regular repairs during rain.
Stock Photo #4272-10362, A Hamar woman sits in front of her hut with a gourd of fermented sorghum beer. She is wearing an intricately beaded leather skirt and apron, decorated with cowrie shells. Her hair is braided and reddened with a mixture of ochre and animal fat. She wears the two heavy iron necklaces of a married woman and the extra necklace with phallic symbol that identifies her as a first wife.
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A Hamar woman sits in front of her hut with a gourd of fermented sorghum beer. She is wearing an intricately beaded leather s...
A Hamar woman sits in front of her hut with a gourd of fermented sorghum beer. She is wearing an intricately beaded leather skirt and apron, decorated with cowrie shells. Her hair is braided and reddened with a mixture of ochre and animal fat. She wears the two heavy iron necklaces of a married woman and the extra necklace with phallic symbol that identifies her as a first wife.
Stock Photo #4355-2406, Namibia, Serra Cafema, Close-up of Himba tribe woman clay covered dreadlocks, side view
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Namibia, Serra Cafema, Close-up of Himba tribe woman clay covered dreadlocks, side view
Stock Photo #4272-23288, A young girl, her body lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace, called ombwari, a tradition of all Himba people. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A young girl, her body lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace,...
A young girl, her body lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wears a round white beaded necklace, called ombwari, a tradition of all Himba people. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #1890-64417, Portrait of a young Hamer woman with goscha ochre and resin hair tresses, Hamer Tribe, Lower Omo Valley, Southern Ethiopia, Africa
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Portrait of a young Hamer woman with goscha ochre and resin hair tresses, Hamer Tribe, Lower Omo Valley, Southern Ethiopia, A...
Portrait of a young Hamer woman with goscha ochre and resin hair tresses, Hamer Tribe, Lower Omo Valley, Southern Ethiopia, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-10711, Hamar women dance at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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Hamar women dance at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose wome...
Hamar women dance at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-19057, Young Pokot men and women dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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Young Pokot men and women dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic lang...
Young Pokot men and women dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-44149, Dassanech men and women dressed in ceremonial Dimi regalia in preparation for a dance, Ethiopia
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Dassanech men and women dressed in ceremonial Dimi regalia in preparation for a dance, Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4272-10715, A Hamar woman dances around cattle while she blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman dances around cattle while she blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony.The Hamar are semi nomadic...
A Hamar woman dances around cattle while she blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-16225, A Samburu warrior has his Ochred hair braided by a friend. A mixture of cow's urine and ashes is often rubbed into the hair first to help straighten it. The wooden headrest is used as a pillow at night. Long braids of Ochred hair distinguish warriors from other members of their society. The warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance.
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A Samburu warrior has his Ochred hair braided by a friend. A mixture of cow's urine and ashes is often rubbed into the hair f...
A Samburu warrior has his Ochred hair braided by a friend. A mixture of cow's urine and ashes is often rubbed into the hair first to help straighten it. The wooden headrest is used as a pillow at night. Long braids of Ochred hair distinguish warriors from other members of their society. The warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance.
Stock Photo #4272-23047, A young Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A young Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is...
A young Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4441-8331, A Maasai warrior showing his coiffure of ochred braids. The moran spend many hours preening. Olonana village.
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A Maasai warrior showing his coiffure of ochred braids. The moran spend many hours preening. Olonana village.
Stock Photo #4272-19064, Pokot girls wearing traditional reed necklaces denoting their unmarried status. celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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Pokot girls wearing traditional reed necklaces denoting their unmarried status. celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pa...
Pokot girls wearing traditional reed necklaces denoting their unmarried status. celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-23069, A Himba mother and baby son relax outside their dome shaped home. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The mothers long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe. Most married women wear a large conch shell, ohumba, between their breasts. These prized possessions are traded from Angola and are passed down from mother to daughter.
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A Himba mother and baby son relax outside their dome shaped home. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat a...
A Himba mother and baby son relax outside their dome shaped home. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The mothers long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe. Most married women wear a large conch shell, ohumba, between their breasts. These prized possessions are traded from Angola and are passed down from mother to daughter.
Stock Photo #4272-23036, A Himba mother and children in traditional attire. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The womans long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, which is called erembe. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A Himba mother and children in traditional attire. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The w...
A Himba mother and children in traditional attire. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The womans long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, which is called erembe. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-10710, An old Hamar woman dances and blows a trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremonyThe The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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An old Hamar woman dances and blows a trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremonyThe The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of...
An old Hamar woman dances and blows a trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremonyThe The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-23291, A child sucks a bead hanging from his mothers belt. A womans body is smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A child sucks a bead hanging from his mothers belt. A womans body is smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs...
A child sucks a bead hanging from his mothers belt. A womans body is smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-16224, Two Samburu warriors dress the braids of a colleague. Long braids of Ochred hair distinguish warriors from other members of their society. The warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance. Round ornaments, often made of ivory, adorn the pierced and extended earlobes of warriors.
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Two Samburu warriors dress the braids of a colleague. Long braids of Ochred hair distinguish warriors from other members of t...
Two Samburu warriors dress the braids of a colleague. Long braids of Ochred hair distinguish warriors from other members of their society. The warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance. Round ornaments, often made of ivory, adorn the pierced and extended earlobes of warriors.
Stock Photo #4272-23035, A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, which is called erembe.
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A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is style...
A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, which is called erembe.
Stock Photo #4272-10526, Young men and girls of the Karo tribe dance together. Every man carries a wooden stool, which doubles as a pillow at night. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
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Young men and girls of the Karo tribe dance together. Every man carries a wooden stool, which doubles as a pillow at night. T...
Young men and girls of the Karo tribe dance together. Every man carries a wooden stool, which doubles as a pillow at night. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-10708, With whipping sticks in their hands, men crouch as they bless an initiate who is about to perform his Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia who embrace an age grade system that includes several rites of passage for young men.
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With whipping sticks in their hands, men crouch as they bless an initiate who is about to perform his Jumping of the Bull cer...
With whipping sticks in their hands, men crouch as they bless an initiate who is about to perform his Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia who embrace an age grade system that includes several rites of passage for young men.
Stock Photo #4272-23037, A Himba mother and children in traditional attire. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The womans long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, which is called erembe. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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A Himba mother and children in traditional attire. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The w...
A Himba mother and children in traditional attire. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. The womans long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, which is called erembe. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-23059, Two Himba woman pause for a chat, one of them with her baby in a leather baby carrier on her back. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
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Two Himba woman pause for a chat, one of them with her baby in a leather baby carrier on her back. Their bodies gleam from a ...
Two Himba woman pause for a chat, one of them with her baby in a leather baby carrier on her back. Their bodies gleam from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Their long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
Stock Photo #4272-10707, Hamar women dance around cattle at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony as a rainbow gives colour to a threatening sky overhead. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochre hair mop fashion.
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Hamar women dance around cattle at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony as a rainbow gives colour to a threatening sky overhead. Th...
Hamar women dance around cattle at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony as a rainbow gives colour to a threatening sky overhead. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochre hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-16621, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-44142, The braided and ochred hair of a Dassanech girl, Ethiopia
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The braided and ochred hair of a Dassanech girl, Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4272-16358, A colourful gathering of Maasai warriors watching two of their comrades leap high in the air during a dance.
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A colourful gathering of Maasai warriors watching two of their comrades leap high in the air during a dance.
Stock Photo #1792-91794, Ethiopia, Lower Omo Valley, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, women of the Hamer Tribe braid each others hair using a mixture of ochre and animal fat
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Ethiopia, Lower Omo Valley, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, women of the Hamer Tribe braid each others hair using a mixtu...
Ethiopia, Lower Omo Valley, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, women of the Hamer Tribe braid each others hair using a mixture of ochre and animal fat
Stock Photo #4272-16928, A Samburu warrior in all his finery. The black ostrich-feather pompom on top of his spear is traditionally a sign of peace.
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A Samburu warrior in all his finery. The black ostrich-feather pompom on top of his spear is traditionally a sign of peace.
Stock Photo #4272-16661, Laikipiak Maasai
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Stock Photo #4272-23299, An attractive Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
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An attractive Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long h...
An attractive Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe.
Stock Photo #4272-19066, Pokot men, women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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Pokot men, women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic lan...
Pokot men, women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-23310, An old Himba woman gently shakes a large milk gourd to make butter outside her home. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her unusual double storied house is plastered with a mixture of earth and cow dung. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
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An old Himba woman gently shakes a large milk gourd to make butter outside her home. Her body gleams from a mixture of red oc...
An old Himba woman gently shakes a large milk gourd to make butter outside her home. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her unusual double storied house is plastered with a mixture of earth and cow dung. The Himba are Herero speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia.
Stock Photo #4272-10813, A lively Nyagatom dance is enjoyed by villagers in the late afternoon. The elevated houses in the background are both homes and granaries, which have been built to withstand flooding when the Omo River bursts its banks The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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A lively Nyagatom dance is enjoyed by villagers in the late afternoon. The elevated houses in the background are both homes a...
A lively Nyagatom dance is enjoyed by villagers in the late afternoon. The elevated houses in the background are both homes and granaries, which have been built to withstand flooding when the Omo River bursts its banks The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-10802, A daughter helps her mother to remove sorghum from a large leather sack. The mothers young baby sleeps soundly in a leather pouch strapped to her back.The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.
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A daughter helps her mother to remove sorghum from a large leather sack. The mothers young baby sleeps soundly in a leather p...
A daughter helps her mother to remove sorghum from a large leather sack. The mothers young baby sleeps soundly in a leather pouch strapped to her back.The Nyagatom are one of the largest tribes and arguably the most warlike people living along the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.

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