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Stock Photo #4272-17038, A pretty Samburu girl in traditional attire.
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A pretty Samburu girl in traditional attire.
Stock Photo #4272-18015, A man walks purposefully through semi-arid thorn scrub country with the rugged Ndoto Mountains rising in the background.
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A man walks purposefully through semi-arid thorn scrub country with the rugged Ndoto Mountains rising in the background.
Stock Photo #4272-16726, Semi-arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi-nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall. The Ndoto Mountains can be seen in the far distance.
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Semi-arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi-nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi-arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi-nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall. The Ndoto Mountains can be seen in the far distance.
Stock Photo #4272-16959, Samburu boys wearing the charcoal-blackened goatskin cloaks of those about to be circumcised drive their families' herds to their lorara (a purpose-built circumcision encampment), shortly before they undergo the ritual. A family's herds must be penned in the lorara until the circumcision
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Samburu boys wearing the charcoal-blackened goatskin cloaks of those about to be circumcised drive their families' herds to t...
Samburu boys wearing the charcoal-blackened goatskin cloaks of those about to be circumcised drive their families' herds to their lorara (a purpose-built circumcision encampment), shortly before they undergo the ritual. A family's herds must be penned in the lorara until the circumcision
Stock Photo #4272-16977, Samburu initiates sing during the month after their circumcision. As their wounds heal, their dances become more energetic. Before long, they imitate the dances of the warriors which, hitherto, they have been forbidden to perform.
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Samburu initiates sing during the month after their circumcision. As their wounds heal, their dances become more energetic. B...
Samburu initiates sing during the month after their circumcision. As their wounds heal, their dances become more energetic. Before long, they imitate the dances of the warriors which, hitherto, they have been forbidden to perform.
Stock Photo #4272-16810, An unstriped ground squirrel. Unlike other members of the squirrel family, ground squirrels rarely climb trees. They frequently stand upright to get a better view of their surroundings.
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An unstriped ground squirrel. Unlike other members of the squirrel family, ground squirrels rarely climb trees. They frequent...
An unstriped ground squirrel. Unlike other members of the squirrel family, ground squirrels rarely climb trees. They frequently stand upright to get a better view of their surroundings.
Stock Photo #4272-16964, A Samburu youth is circumcised outside his mothers house as his two sponsors attend him, one holding his shoulders while turning his face away from the circumciser, the other holding his right leg.Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
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A Samburu youth is circumcised outside his mothers house as his two sponsors attend him, one holding his shoulders while turn...
A Samburu youth is circumcised outside his mothers house as his two sponsors attend him, one holding his shoulders while turning his face away from the circumciser, the other holding his right leg.Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
Stock Photo #4272-16728, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
Stock Photo #4272-37489, The charming main building of Desert Rose lodge situated on the southern slopes of Mount Nyiru in remote northern Kenya.
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The charming main building of Desert Rose lodge situated on the southern slopes of Mount Nyiru in remote northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-16525, A leopard gazes intently from a comfortable perch in a tree in Samburu National Reserve.
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A leopard gazes intently from a comfortable perch in a tree in Samburu National Reserve.
Stock Photo #4272-16710, Vegetation on the northern slopes of Mount Nyiru, a holy mountain of the pastoral Samburu people. Nyiru rises from semi-arid country to over 9,000 feet and is forested on top. A yellow flowering Euphorbia tree can be seen at the left of the picture.
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Vegetation on the northern slopes of Mount Nyiru, a holy mountain of the pastoral Samburu people. Nyiru rises from semi-arid ...
Vegetation on the northern slopes of Mount Nyiru, a holy mountain of the pastoral Samburu people. Nyiru rises from semi-arid country to over 9,000 feet and is forested on top. A yellow flowering Euphorbia tree can be seen at the left of the picture.
Stock Photo #4272-16218, A young Samburu man leads a donkey carrying the basic structure of a temporary home. The curved sticks will be tied together in a dome and covered with hides and woven mats to form a temporary shelter in a stock camp. Donkeys are widely used by the Samburu as beasts of burden.
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A young Samburu man leads a donkey carrying the basic structure of a temporary home. The curved sticks will be tied together ...
A young Samburu man leads a donkey carrying the basic structure of a temporary home. The curved sticks will be tied together in a dome and covered with hides and woven mats to form a temporary shelter in a stock camp. Donkeys are widely used by the Samburu as beasts of burden.
Stock Photo #4272-37485, The highly alkaline Suguta River meanders through the low-lying, inhospitable Suguta Valley to discharge its waters into Lake Logipi whose size varies seasonally.
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The highly alkaline Suguta River meanders through the low-lying, inhospitable Suguta Valley to discharge its waters into Lake...
The highly alkaline Suguta River meanders through the low-lying, inhospitable Suguta Valley to discharge its waters into Lake Logipi whose size varies seasonally.
Stock Photo #4272-17364, Samburu boy and cattle, Samburu, Kenya
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Samburu boy and cattle, Samburu, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-16526, A fine leopard in the cedar forests near Maralal.
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A fine leopard in the cedar forests near Maralal.
Stock Photo #4272-17039, A pretty Samburu girl dances with warriors of her tribeGirls arch their backs and by thrusting out their chests flick their necklaces up and down as they dance silently to the songs of the warriors. 0B;
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A pretty Samburu girl dances with warriors of her tribeGirls arch their backs and by thrusting out their chests flick their n...
A pretty Samburu girl dances with warriors of her tribeGirls arch their backs and by thrusting out their chests flick their necklaces up and down as they dance silently to the songs of the warriors. 0B;
Stock Photo #4272-16798, A common or Burchell's zebra near Maralal, Northern Kenya. This muscular horse-like animal has a relatively short neck and sturdy legs, and can be seen grazing on Kenya's grassy plains. The largest herds congregate during the dry season
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A common or Burchell's zebra near Maralal, Northern Kenya. This muscular horse-like animal has a relatively short neck and st...
A common or Burchell's zebra near Maralal, Northern Kenya. This muscular horse-like animal has a relatively short neck and sturdy legs, and can be seen grazing on Kenya's grassy plains. The largest herds congregate during the dry season
Stock Photo #4272-17255, Young tribal Samburu perform a ritual dance and jump usually late in the afternoon and into the evening to impress the women. The ceremony is related to betrothal, Wamba District, Kenya
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Young tribal Samburu perform a ritual dance and jump usually late in the afternoon and into the evening to impress the women....
Young tribal Samburu perform a ritual dance and jump usually late in the afternoon and into the evening to impress the women. The ceremony is related to betrothal, Wamba District, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-37488, Numerous shallow seasonal river courses drain into Lake Logipi, an alkaline lake situated in the low-lying, inhospitable Suguta Valley.
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Numerous shallow seasonal river courses drain into Lake Logipi, an alkaline lake situated in the low-lying, inhospitable Sugu...
Numerous shallow seasonal river courses drain into Lake Logipi, an alkaline lake situated in the low-lying, inhospitable Suguta Valley.
Stock Photo #4029R-174691, Dik-Dik antelope,(Madoqua kirkii); Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa
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Dik-Dik antelope,(Madoqua kirkii); Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-17252, A young student in her classsroom at the local school, Lewa Conservancy, Kenya
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A young student in her classsroom at the local school, Lewa Conservancy, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-16794, A male gerenuk feeding in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Strictly browsers, gerenuk can often been seen feeding on branches six feet high by standing on their wedge shaped hooves, supported by their strong hind legs.
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A male gerenuk feeding in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Strictly browsers, gerenuk can often been seen feed...
A male gerenuk feeding in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Strictly browsers, gerenuk can often been seen feeding on branches six feet high by standing on their wedge shaped hooves, supported by their strong hind legs.
Stock Photo #4272-17003, Burchell's Zebras rest under cedar trees on the outskirts of Maralal.
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Burchell's Zebras rest under cedar trees on the outskirts of Maralal.
Stock Photo #4272-37523, The large seasonal river called the Barsaloi and further downstream the Milgis in a semi-arid region of Samburu District.
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The large seasonal river called the Barsaloi and further downstream the Milgis in a semi-arid region of Samburu District.
Stock Photo #4272-16989, An elephant matriarch keeps a careful watch over her baby in the Samburu National Game Reserve. The gestation period of elephants is twenty-two months with an interval between calves of four to nine years.
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An elephant matriarch keeps a careful watch over her baby in the Samburu National Game Reserve. The gestation period of eleph...
An elephant matriarch keeps a careful watch over her baby in the Samburu National Game Reserve. The gestation period of elephants is twenty-two months with an interval between calves of four to nine years.
Stock Photo #4272-17238, A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away. The views at Losiolo are the finest in Kenya of the largest, longest and most conspicuous physical feature of its kind on earth. A Samburu warrior looks out over the vast expanse.
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A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the lan...
A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away. The views at Losiolo are the finest in Kenya of the largest, longest and most conspicuous physical feature of its kind on earth. A Samburu warrior looks out over the vast expanse.
Stock Photo #4272-18188, Kenya, A male Somali ostrich in Samburu National Game Reserve of Northern Kenya.
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Kenya, A male Somali ostrich in Samburu National Game Reserve of Northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-16727, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
Stock Photo #4272-16193, At sunrise, a Samburu warrior leads baggage camels down the Milgis lugga - a wide, sandy seasonal watercourse. Water is never far below the surface of the Milgis and is a lifeline for Samburu pastoralists in this semi-arid region of their district.
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At sunrise, a Samburu warrior leads baggage camels down the Milgis lugga - a wide, sandy seasonal watercourse. Water is never...
At sunrise, a Samburu warrior leads baggage camels down the Milgis lugga - a wide, sandy seasonal watercourse. Water is never far below the surface of the Milgis and is a lifeline for Samburu pastoralists in this semi-arid region of their district.
Stock Photo #4272-16724, Sheer rock faces of the impressive Ndoto Mountains near Ngurunit in Samburuland. The region is home to the Samburu people of Northern Kenya who are a semi-nomadic pastoral community related to their more famous cousins
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Sheer rock faces of the impressive Ndoto Mountains near Ngurunit in Samburuland. The region is home to the Samburu people of ...
Sheer rock faces of the impressive Ndoto Mountains near Ngurunit in Samburuland. The region is home to the Samburu people of Northern Kenya who are a semi-nomadic pastoral community related to their more famous cousins
Stock Photo #4272-16799, A common or Burchells zebra stands close to a Grevys zebra in Northern Kenya, clearly showing the difference between the two species. The Grevys zebra is the most northerly representative of the zebra family, inhabiting dry bush country.
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A common or Burchells zebra stands close to a Grevys zebra in Northern Kenya, clearly showing the difference between the two ...
A common or Burchells zebra stands close to a Grevys zebra in Northern Kenya, clearly showing the difference between the two species. The Grevys zebra is the most northerly representative of the zebra family, inhabiting dry bush country.
Stock Photo #4272-16721, A Samburu warrior plays a homemade flute overlooking Poi, a prominent rock feature in the Ndoto Mountains of Samburuland. The Samburu of Northern Kenya are a semi-nomadic pastoral community related to their more famous cousins, the _maa speaking Maasai.
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A Samburu warrior plays a homemade flute overlooking Poi, a prominent rock feature in the Ndoto Mountains of Samburuland. The...
A Samburu warrior plays a homemade flute overlooking Poi, a prominent rock feature in the Ndoto Mountains of Samburuland. The Samburu of Northern Kenya are a semi-nomadic pastoral community related to their more famous cousins, the _maa speaking Maasai.
Stock Photo #4272-18182, Kenya, Part of the luxurious Sasaab Lodge on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River near the Samburu National Game Reserve
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Kenya, Part of the luxurious Sasaab Lodge on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River near the Samburu National Game Reserve
Stock Photo #4272-16891, A leopard gazes intently from a comfortable perch in a tree in Samburu National Reserve.
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A leopard gazes intently from a comfortable perch in a tree in Samburu National Reserve.
Stock Photo #4272-16965, A Samburu youth sitting on an ox hide just after he has been circumcised outside his mothers house. His two sponsors attend him, one holding his shoulders, the other preparing to help carry him into the house.
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A Samburu youth sitting on an ox hide just after he has been circumcised outside his mothers house. His two sponsors attend h...
A Samburu youth sitting on an ox hide just after he has been circumcised outside his mothers house. His two sponsors attend him, one holding his shoulders, the other preparing to help carry him into the house.
Stock Photo #4029R-114822, Thomson s Gazelle (Artiodactyla Antilopinae Gazella); Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa
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Thomson s Gazelle (Artiodactyla Antilopinae Gazella); Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-16772, A leopard rests on the dead branch of an Acacia tortilis tree in Samburu National Game Reserve.
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A leopard rests on the dead branch of an Acacia tortilis tree in Samburu National Game Reserve.
Stock Photo #4272-37503, The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana.
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The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana.
Stock Photo #4272-16957, A blanket-clad Samburu elder. In the days leading up to his son's circumcision, he becomes distinctly nervous of his son's conduct during the operation. Should a boy show signs of fear or cry out, he brings terrible shame to his family.
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A blanket-clad Samburu elder. In the days leading up to his son's circumcision, he becomes distinctly nervous of his son's co...
A blanket-clad Samburu elder. In the days leading up to his son's circumcision, he becomes distinctly nervous of his son's conduct during the operation. Should a boy show signs of fear or cry out, he brings terrible shame to his family.
Stock Photo #4272-17233, Lichen- covered cedar trees and low clouds are a feature of the 8,000-foot-high highland area of Samburu District, close to Poro.
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Lichen- covered cedar trees and low clouds are a feature of the 8,000-foot-high highland area of Samburu District, close to P...
Lichen- covered cedar trees and low clouds are a feature of the 8,000-foot-high highland area of Samburu District, close to Poro.
Stock Photo #4272-16976, A Samburu initiate with bird skins hanging from his headband. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows. When a bird is killed, it is skinned without using a knife, stuffed with dry grass and attached to the boy's head band by means of its beak. =
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A Samburu initiate with bird skins hanging from his headband. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiat...
A Samburu initiate with bird skins hanging from his headband. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows. When a bird is killed, it is skinned without using a knife, stuffed with dry grass and attached to the boy's head band by means of its beak. =
Stock Photo #4272-18191, Kenya, A Black-faced sandgrouse in Samburu National Game Reserve of Northern Kenya.
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Kenya, A Black-faced sandgrouse in Samburu National Game Reserve of Northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-16731, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
Stock Photo #4272-17232, Goats graze the parched countryside close to the tree-lined Milgis lugga. The Milgis is a seasonal river but fresh water can always be found by digging wells along its broad course. The water is a lifeline for Samburu pastoralists living in this rugged country.
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Goats graze the parched countryside close to the tree-lined Milgis lugga. The Milgis is a seasonal river but fresh water can ...
Goats graze the parched countryside close to the tree-lined Milgis lugga. The Milgis is a seasonal river but fresh water can always be found by digging wells along its broad course. The water is a lifeline for Samburu pastoralists living in this rugged country.
Stock Photo #4272-37514, Scrub vegetation growing in sandy soil in the hospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley of northern Kenya.
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Scrub vegetation growing in sandy soil in the hospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley of northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-17236, A Samburu warrior looks out over a vast expanse of inhospitable country from the eastern scarp of Africas Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away.
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A Samburu warrior looks out over a vast expanse of inhospitable country from the eastern scarp of Africas Great Rift Valley a...
A Samburu warrior looks out over a vast expanse of inhospitable country from the eastern scarp of Africas Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away.
Stock Photo #4272-18215, Kenya, The main sitting and dining area of Sarara Camp, an ecolodge situated near the Mathews Mountains
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Kenya, The main sitting and dining area of Sarara Camp, an ecolodge situated near the Mathews Mountains
Stock Photo #4272-16734, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
Stock Photo #4272-16807, Two dwarf mongooses on top of a termite mound, which serves as their den. The dwarf mongoose is the smallest African carnivore and lives in packs of up to twenty individuals with a dominant breeding pair in each pack.
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Two dwarf mongooses on top of a termite mound, which serves as their den. The dwarf mongoose is the smallest African carnivor...
Two dwarf mongooses on top of a termite mound, which serves as their den. The dwarf mongoose is the smallest African carnivore and lives in packs of up to twenty individuals with a dominant breeding pair in each pack.
Stock Photo #4272-16795, A female gerenuk in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Their long necks and large ears distinguish them from other gazelles. Only females do not have horns. Strictly browsers, gerenuk can often been seen feeding on branches six feet high by standing on their wedge shaped hooves, supported by their strong hind legs.
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A female gerenuk in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Their long necks and large ears distinguish them from oth...
A female gerenuk in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Their long necks and large ears distinguish them from other gazelles. Only females do not have horns. Strictly browsers, gerenuk can often been seen feeding on branches six feet high by standing on their wedge shaped hooves, supported by their strong hind legs.
Stock Photo #4272-37499, The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.
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The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern en...
The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.
Stock Photo #4272-17239, A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away
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A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the lan...
A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away
Stock Photo #4272-16956, Blanket-clad Samburu elders converse outside a lorara, a purpose-built circumcision encampment for boys. The elders meet frequently in the days leading up to their sons' circumcision to discuss the arrangements.
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Blanket-clad Samburu elders converse outside a lorara, a purpose-built circumcision encampment for boys. The elders meet freq...
Blanket-clad Samburu elders converse outside a lorara, a purpose-built circumcision encampment for boys. The elders meet frequently in the days leading up to their sons' circumcision to discuss the arrangements.
Stock Photo #4272-16773, At dusk, a leopard keeps a lookout for an unwary antelope from its comfortable perch on the branch of an Acacia tortilis tree in Samburu National Game Reserve
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At dusk, a leopard keeps a lookout for an unwary antelope from its comfortable perch on the branch of an Acacia tortilis tree...
At dusk, a leopard keeps a lookout for an unwary antelope from its comfortable perch on the branch of an Acacia tortilis tree in Samburu National Game Reserve
Stock Photo #4272-37511, Sand dunes in the hospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley of northern Kenya.
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Sand dunes in the hospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley of northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-18928, Kenya, Samburu National Reserve. An oryx (Oryx beisa) in the Samburu National Reserve, Northern Kenya.
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Kenya, Samburu National Reserve. An oryx (Oryx beisa) in the Samburu National Reserve, Northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-18219, Kenya, A pancake tortoise. The flexible shell of this small tortoise is shaped like a pancake, hence its name.
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Kenya, A pancake tortoise. The flexible shell of this small tortoise is shaped like a pancake, hence its name.
Stock Photo #4272-16796, Two dikdiks in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. They are territorial and live in monogamous pairs. Only males have small horns. Well adapted to semi arid lands, they are completely independent of water, obtaining all the moisture they need from their food.
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Two dikdiks in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. They are territorial and live in monogamous pairs. Only males ...
Two dikdiks in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. They are territorial and live in monogamous pairs. Only males have small horns. Well adapted to semi arid lands, they are completely independent of water, obtaining all the moisture they need from their food.
Stock Photo #4272-37513, Barchan dunes in the hospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley of northern Kenya.
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Barchan dunes in the hospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley of northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-18927, Kenya, Samburu District. A Samburu woman, wearing intricate beaded necklaces, leans against her mud hut towards the end of the day.
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Kenya, Samburu District. A Samburu woman, wearing intricate beaded necklaces, leans against her mud hut towards the end of th...
Kenya, Samburu District. A Samburu woman, wearing intricate beaded necklaces, leans against her mud hut towards the end of the day.
Stock Photo #4272-18193, Kenya, A Samburu warrior of Northern Kenya in all his finery. The ostrich pompom on top of his spear was formerly a sign of peace.
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Kenya, A Samburu warrior of Northern Kenya in all his finery. The ostrich pompom on top of his spear was formerly a sign of p...
Kenya, A Samburu warrior of Northern Kenya in all his finery. The ostrich pompom on top of his spear was formerly a sign of peace.
Stock Photo #4272-17041, A Samburu woman singing. The strings of black and white beads hanging from her ears signify that she has two grown-up sons who are warriors of the tribe. Note: the traditional horn snuff container hanging from her neck.
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A Samburu woman singing. The strings of black and white beads hanging from her ears signify that she has two grown-up sons wh...
A Samburu woman singing. The strings of black and white beads hanging from her ears signify that she has two grown-up sons who are warriors of the tribe. Note: the traditional horn snuff container hanging from her neck.
Stock Photo #4272-18190, Kenya, A dwarf mongoose sitting on a termite mound in Samburu National Game Reserve of Northern Kenya.
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Kenya, A dwarf mongoose sitting on a termite mound in Samburu National Game Reserve of Northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-16227, A Samburu boy in reflective mood after his circumcision. A day after the ordeal, he will hang in his pierced earlobes copper earrings normally worn by married women and put on a new headdress of ostrich feathers fastened to a narrow band of plaited fibre, which fits tightly round his forehead.
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A Samburu boy in reflective mood after his circumcision. A day after the ordeal, he will hang in his pierced earlobes copper ...
A Samburu boy in reflective mood after his circumcision. A day after the ordeal, he will hang in his pierced earlobes copper earrings normally worn by married women and put on a new headdress of ostrich feathers fastened to a narrow band of plaited fibre, which fits tightly round his forehead.
Stock Photo #4272-37478, A small traditional homestead of a Samburu family. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who live in northern Kenya.
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A small traditional homestead of a Samburu family. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who live in northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-37517, The large seasonal river called the Barsaloi and further downstream the Milgis, is a lifeline of the Samburu people living in a semi-arid region of Samburu District. Livestock is watered from wells dug in the river bed.
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The large seasonal river called the Barsaloi and further downstream the Milgis, is a lifeline of the Samburu people living in...
The large seasonal river called the Barsaloi and further downstream the Milgis, is a lifeline of the Samburu people living in a semi-arid region of Samburu District. Livestock is watered from wells dug in the river bed.
Stock Photo #4272-16232, Samburu girls are given strings of beads by their fathers when they are still young. As soon as they are old enough to have lovers from the warrior age-set, they regularly receive gifts from them. Over a period of years, their necklaces can smother them up to their necks. The metal cross-like ornament hanging from the girl's headband has no religious significance.
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Samburu girls are given strings of beads by their fathers when they are still young. As soon as they are old enough to have l...
Samburu girls are given strings of beads by their fathers when they are still young. As soon as they are old enough to have lovers from the warrior age-set, they regularly receive gifts from them. Over a period of years, their necklaces can smother them up to their necks. The metal cross-like ornament hanging from the girl's headband has no religious significance.
Stock Photo #4272-18216, Kenya, A guest enjoying the natural rock swimming pool of Sarara Camp, an ecolodge situated near the Mathews Mountains
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Kenya, A guest enjoying the natural rock swimming pool of Sarara Camp, an ecolodge situated near the Mathews Mountains
Stock Photo #4272-16983, Watched by his friends, a Samburu initiate shoots his arrows for the last time during the lmuget loolbaa ceremony a month after he was circumcised. He has already discarded his black leather cloak and now smears himself for the first time with a mixture of animal fat and red ochre.
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Watched by his friends, a Samburu initiate shoots his arrows for the last time during the lmuget loolbaa ceremony a month aft...
Watched by his friends, a Samburu initiate shoots his arrows for the last time during the lmuget loolbaa ceremony a month after he was circumcised. He has already discarded his black leather cloak and now smears himself for the first time with a mixture of animal fat and red ochre.
Stock Photo #4272-18214, Kenya, A bedroom at Sarara Camp, a luxurious ecolodge situated near the magnificent Mathews Mountains of Northern Kenya.
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Kenya, A bedroom at Sarara Camp, a luxurious ecolodge situated near the magnificent Mathews Mountains of Northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-18218, Kenya, Guests at Sarara Camp, an ecolodge situated near the Mathews Mountains, watch an elephant drink at the nearby waterhole.
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Kenya, Guests at Sarara Camp, an ecolodge situated near the Mathews Mountains, watch an elephant drink at the nearby waterhol...
Kenya, Guests at Sarara Camp, an ecolodge situated near the Mathews Mountains, watch an elephant drink at the nearby waterhole.
Stock Photo #4272-16791, A herd of oryx in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. The distinctive markings and long straight horns of these fine antelopes set them apart from other animals of the northern plains. They inhabit arid areas, feeding on grass and browse. Their ability to stay without water is greater than that of the camel.
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A herd of oryx in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. The distinctive markings and long straight horns of these f...
A herd of oryx in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. The distinctive markings and long straight horns of these fine antelopes set them apart from other animals of the northern plains. They inhabit arid areas, feeding on grass and browse. Their ability to stay without water is greater than that of the camel.
Stock Photo #4272-37515, Rain clouds threaten the Ndoto Mountains of northern Kenya.
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Rain clouds threaten the Ndoto Mountains of northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-37486, A part of the flood plain of the highly alkaline Suguta River which meanders through the low-lying, inhospitable Suguta Valley.
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A part of the flood plain of the highly alkaline Suguta River which meanders through the low-lying, inhospitable Suguta Valle...
A part of the flood plain of the highly alkaline Suguta River which meanders through the low-lying, inhospitable Suguta Valley.
Stock Photo #4272-16808, An unstriped ground squirrel. Unlike other members of the squirrel family, ground squirrels rarely climb trees. They frequently stand upright to get a better view of their surroundings.
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An unstriped ground squirrel. Unlike other members of the squirrel family, ground squirrels rarely climb trees. They frequent...
An unstriped ground squirrel. Unlike other members of the squirrel family, ground squirrels rarely climb trees. They frequently stand upright to get a better view of their surroundings.
Stock Photo #4272-16711, An old woman warms herself in the early morning sun at the foothills of the Karisia Hills, east of the administrative centre of Maralal.
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An old woman warms herself in the early morning sun at the foothills of the Karisia Hills, east of the administrative centre ...
An old woman warms herself in the early morning sun at the foothills of the Karisia Hills, east of the administrative centre of Maralal.
Stock Photo #4272-37502, The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.
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The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern en...
The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.
Stock Photo #4272-37524, Looking at their best after a season of heavy rain, acacia trees and euphorbia shrubs dot the semi-arid countryside at the foot of Mount Nyiru, near Kowop,
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Looking at their best after a season of heavy rain, acacia trees and euphorbia shrubs dot the semi-arid countryside at the fo...
Looking at their best after a season of heavy rain, acacia trees and euphorbia shrubs dot the semi-arid countryside at the foot of Mount Nyiru, near Kowop,
Stock Photo #4272-37508, Andrews Volcano situated on the Barrier the inhospitable volcanic ridge that divides Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley to the south of the lake
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Andrews Volcano situated on the Barrier the inhospitable volcanic ridge that divides Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley to t...
Andrews Volcano situated on the Barrier the inhospitable volcanic ridge that divides Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley to the south of the lake
Stock Photo #4272-16736, Sunrise over the Ndoto Mountains of northern Samburu District.
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Sunrise over the Ndoto Mountains of northern Samburu District.
Stock Photo #4272-16978, During every Samburu ceremony, cattle are slaughtered and meat is roasted over wood fires. Warriors will never eat meat in the presence of married women.
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During every Samburu ceremony, cattle are slaughtered and meat is roasted over wood fires. Warriors will never eat meat in th...
During every Samburu ceremony, cattle are slaughtered and meat is roasted over wood fires. Warriors will never eat meat in the presence of married women.
Stock Photo #4272-18213, Kenya, The natural rock swimming pool of Sarara Camp, a luxurious ecolodge situated near the Mathews Mountains
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Kenya, The natural rock swimming pool of Sarara Camp, a luxurious ecolodge situated near the Mathews Mountains
Stock Photo #4272-17240, A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away. The views at Losiolo are the finest in Kenya of the largest, longest and most conspicuous physical feature of its kind on earth. A Samburu warrior looks out over the vast expanse.
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A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the lan...
A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away. The views at Losiolo are the finest in Kenya of the largest, longest and most conspicuous physical feature of its kind on earth. A Samburu warrior looks out over the vast expanse.
Stock Photo #4272-16971, The proud father of a Samburu boy who has recently been circumcised. ;For each son who has been initiated into the warrior age-set, a father will tie a strip of lion skin below his knees, hang two copper ornaments normally worn by women in his pierced earlobes and places a string of pale green beads round his forehead. A ceremonial leather cape is slung over his shoulder.
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The proud father of a Samburu boy who has recently been circumcised. ;For each son who has been initiated into the warrior ag...
The proud father of a Samburu boy who has recently been circumcised. ;For each son who has been initiated into the warrior age-set, a father will tie a strip of lion skin below his knees, hang two copper ornaments normally worn by women in his pierced earlobes and places a string of pale green beads round his forehead. A ceremonial leather cape is slung over his shoulder.
Stock Photo #4272-37500, The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.
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The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern en...
The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.
Stock Photo #4272-17709, Kenya, Maralal, Barsaloi. Samburu women drive their donkeys to wells in the low-lying semi-arid areas of Maralal District.
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Kenya, Maralal, Barsaloi. Samburu women drive their donkeys to wells in the low-lying semi-arid areas of Maralal District.
Stock Photo #4272-37518, Flanked by hills and mountains the large seasonal river called the Barsaloi and further downstream the Milgis, is a water lifeline of the Samburu people living in a semi-arid region of Samburu District.
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Flanked by hills and mountains the large seasonal river called the Barsaloi and further downstream the Milgis, is a water lif...
Flanked by hills and mountains the large seasonal river called the Barsaloi and further downstream the Milgis, is a water lifeline of the Samburu people living in a semi-arid region of Samburu District.
Stock Photo #4272-18181, Kenya, the sun deck and pool of a bedroom in the luxurious Sasaab Lodge situated on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River
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Kenya, the sun deck and pool of a bedroom in the luxurious Sasaab Lodge situated on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River
Stock Photo #4272-37522, The seasonal Seiya River courses its way through semi-arid scrub country in the low-lying parts of Samburu District
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The seasonal Seiya River courses its way through semi-arid scrub country in the low-lying parts of Samburu District
Stock Photo #4272-16806, A vervet monkey stands on its hind legs among Heliotropium flowers to get a better view of its surroundings. The vervet monkey is common and widespread in lightly wooded areas straddling the equator.
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A vervet monkey stands on its hind legs among Heliotropium flowers to get a better view of its surroundings. The vervet monke...
A vervet monkey stands on its hind legs among Heliotropium flowers to get a better view of its surroundings. The vervet monkey is common and widespread in lightly wooded areas straddling the equator.
Stock Photo #4272-37509, Massive lava flows on the Barrier the inhospitable volcanic ridge that divides Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley to the south of the lake. South Island also of volcanic origin is clearly visible in the distance.
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Massive lava flows on the Barrier the inhospitable volcanic ridge that divides Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley to the sou...
Massive lava flows on the Barrier the inhospitable volcanic ridge that divides Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley to the south of the lake. South Island also of volcanic origin is clearly visible in the distance.
Stock Photo #4272-18185, Kenya, In the early morning, Mount Kenya rises in the far distance from luxurious Sasaab Lodge situated on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River in Northern Kenya.
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Kenya, In the early morning, Mount Kenya rises in the far distance from luxurious Sasaab Lodge situated on the banks of the U...
Kenya, In the early morning, Mount Kenya rises in the far distance from luxurious Sasaab Lodge situated on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River in Northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-16709, A prominent rock outcrop stands at the northern end of Mount Nyiru, a holy mountain of the pastoral Samburu. Doum palms (foreground) and Euphorbia trees grow on the mountain slopes.
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A prominent rock outcrop stands at the northern end of Mount Nyiru, a holy mountain of the pastoral Samburu. Doum palms (fore...
A prominent rock outcrop stands at the northern end of Mount Nyiru, a holy mountain of the pastoral Samburu. Doum palms (foreground) and Euphorbia trees grow on the mountain slopes.
Stock Photo #4272-17250, Portrait of Tribal Samburu boys, Lewa Conservancy, Kenya
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Portrait of Tribal Samburu boys, Lewa Conservancy, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-37512, Sand dunes in the hospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley of northern Kenya.
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Sand dunes in the hospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley of northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-37496, Large flocks of lesser flamingos feed on algae in the shallow alkaline waters of Lake Logipi, in the Suguta Valley.
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Large flocks of lesser flamingos feed on algae in the shallow alkaline waters of Lake Logipi, in the Suguta Valley.
Stock Photo #4272-16720, A Samburu warrior carries home a small calf to his family's manyatta (homestead) situated in the foothills of the rugged Ndoto Mountains. ,The Samburu of Northern Kenya are a semi-nomadic pastoral community related to their more famous cousins, the _maa speaking Maasai.
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A Samburu warrior carries home a small calf to his family's manyatta (homestead) situated in the foothills of the rugged Ndot...
A Samburu warrior carries home a small calf to his family's manyatta (homestead) situated in the foothills of the rugged Ndoto Mountains. ,The Samburu of Northern Kenya are a semi-nomadic pastoral community related to their more famous cousins, the _maa speaking Maasai.
Stock Photo #4272-37492, An impressive view from the very rugged, arid Losergoi hills looking north towards Lake Turkana and Mount Kulal.
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An impressive view from the very rugged, arid Losergoi hills looking north towards Lake Turkana and Mount Kulal.
Stock Photo #4272-16925, Two young tourists enjoy a camel ride in the Samburu National Reserve.
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Two young tourists enjoy a camel ride in the Samburu National Reserve.
Stock Photo #4272-16732, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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 #4272-16963, A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively outside his mother's house for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumciser begins operating on the sons of the most senior family first and moves quickly in a clockwise direction Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon.
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A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively outside his mother's house for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumc...
A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively outside his mother's house for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumciser begins operating on the sons of the most senior family first and moves quickly in a clockwise direction Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon.
Stock Photo #4272-16961, A Samburu circumciser uses his leather belt as a strop to sharpen his knife before circumcising boys in a lorora, a traditional encampment built especially for this purpose. His knife will have been forged by the blacksmiths of the tribe.
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A Samburu circumciser uses his leather belt as a strop to sharpen his knife before circumcising boys in a lorora, a tradition...
A Samburu circumciser uses his leather belt as a strop to sharpen his knife before circumcising boys in a lorora, a traditional encampment built especially for this purpose. His knife will have been forged by the blacksmiths of the tribe.
Stock Photo #4272-16214, Two Samburu elders deep in conversation. Men will never pass each other on a journey without stopping to chat. As such, information reaches even the remotest parts of the district surprisingly quickly.
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Two Samburu elders deep in conversation. Men will never pass each other on a journey without stopping to chat. As such, infor...
Two Samburu elders deep in conversation. Men will never pass each other on a journey without stopping to chat. As such, information reaches even the remotest parts of the district surprisingly quickly.
Stock Photo #4272-37506, Scrub vegetation and thorny bushes growing on infertile volcanic soil in the semi-arid north of Kenya after a shower of rain.
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Scrub vegetation and thorny bushes growing on infertile volcanic soil in the semi-arid north of Kenya after a shower of rain.
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 #4272-18010, A Samburu initiate in traditional costume with the skinned birds he has shot with blunt arrows hanging from his headband.
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A Samburu initiate in traditional costume with the skinned birds he has shot with blunt arrows hanging from his headband.
Stock Photo #4272-16937, A Samburu youth is forcibly restrained after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision. It is not uncommon for Samburu youths and warriors to succumb to hysterical and often violent outbursts. These fits, known to them as ndokuna, pass after a few minutes although the person may be drained of his energy for several hours.
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A Samburu youth is forcibly restrained after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision. It is ...
A Samburu youth is forcibly restrained after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision. It is not uncommon for Samburu youths and warriors to succumb to hysterical and often violent outbursts. These fits, known to them as ndokuna, pass after a few minutes although the person may be drained of his energy for several hours.
Stock Photo #4272-37501, Pools of green alkaline water surrounded by lava rocks at the southern end of Lake Turkana. The pools are fed by underground seepage from the lake but are much more alkaline, hence their brilliant shades of green.
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Pools of green alkaline water surrounded by lava rocks at the southern end of Lake Turkana. The pools are fed by underground ...
Pools of green alkaline water surrounded by lava rocks at the southern end of Lake Turkana. The pools are fed by underground seepage from the lake but are much more alkaline, hence their brilliant shades of green.
Stock Photo #4272-16793, A group of gerenuk feed in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Strictly browsers, they can often been seen feeding on branches six feet high by standing on their wedge shaped hooves, supported by their strong hind legs.
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A group of gerenuk feed in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Strictly browsers, they can often been seen feedin...
A group of gerenuk feed in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Strictly browsers, they can often been seen feeding on branches six feet high by standing on their wedge shaped hooves, supported by their strong hind legs.
Stock Photo #4272-16972, The day after a Samburu boy has been circumcised, a 'Firestick elder' _ one of the elders responsible for the ceremonial proceedings at the circumcision ceremony and for disciplining the new warrior generation _ will smear his forehead and hair with butter fat from a wooden jar held by his wife.
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The day after a Samburu boy has been circumcised, a 'Firestick elder' _ one of the elders responsible for the ceremonial proc...
The day after a Samburu boy has been circumcised, a 'Firestick elder' _ one of the elders responsible for the ceremonial proceedings at the circumcision ceremony and for disciplining the new warrior generation _ will smear his forehead and hair with butter fat from a wooden jar held by his wife.
Stock Photo #4272-18011, A Samburu warrior in traditional dress with long ochred hair.
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A Samburu warrior in traditional dress with long ochred hair.
Stock Photo #4272-37480, A traditional homestead of a Samburu family. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who live in northern Kenya.
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A traditional homestead of a Samburu family. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who live in northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-37495, Large flocks of lesser flamingos feed on algae in the shallow alkaline waters of Lake Logipi, in the Suguta Valley.
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Large flocks of lesser flamingos feed on algae in the shallow alkaline waters of Lake Logipi, in the Suguta Valley.
Stock Photo #4272-18931, Kenya, Samburu District. Young Samburu girl in traditional beaded necklaces.
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Kenya, Samburu District. Young Samburu girl in traditional beaded necklaces.
Stock Photo #4272-17253, Two young Samburu girls help each other preparing for a celebration, Wamba District, Kenya
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Two young Samburu girls help each other preparing for a celebration, Wamba District, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-17246, Aerial view of a Manyatta, the traditional homestead of tribal Samburu & Maasai, Wamba District, Kenya
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Aerial view of a Manyatta, the traditional homestead of tribal Samburu & Maasai, Wamba District, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-17711, Kenya, Maralal, Ol doinyo Sabachi. Two Samburu warriors relax on the top of the prominent flat-topped mountain called Ol doinyo Sabachi or Lololowki in Maralal District.
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Kenya, Maralal, Ol doinyo Sabachi. Two Samburu warriors relax on the top of the prominent flat-topped mountain called Ol doin...
Kenya, Maralal, Ol doinyo Sabachi. Two Samburu warriors relax on the top of the prominent flat-topped mountain called Ol doinyo Sabachi or Lololowki in Maralal District.
Stock Photo #4272-18187, Kenya, Elephants dusting themselves near the banks of the Uaso Nyiru in Samburu National Game Reserve
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Kenya, Elephants dusting themselves near the banks of the Uaso Nyiru in Samburu National Game Reserve
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 #4272-37498, The small volcanic island, known as Cathedral Rock, is surrounded by the highly alkaline waters of seasonal Lake Logipi in the inhospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley.
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The small volcanic island, known as Cathedral Rock, is surrounded by the highly alkaline waters of seasonal Lake Logipi in th...
The small volcanic island, known as Cathedral Rock, is surrounded by the highly alkaline waters of seasonal Lake Logipi in the inhospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley.
Stock Photo #4272-17254, Young tribal Samburu perform a ritual dance and jump usually late in the afternoon and into the evening to impress the women. The ceremony is related to betrothal, Wamba District, Kenya
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Young tribal Samburu perform a ritual dance and jump usually late in the afternoon and into the evening to impress the women....
Young tribal Samburu perform a ritual dance and jump usually late in the afternoon and into the evening to impress the women. The ceremony is related to betrothal, Wamba District, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-18184, Kenya, The swimming pool of the luxurious Sasaab Lodge on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River
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Kenya, The swimming pool of the luxurious Sasaab Lodge on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River
Stock Photo #4272-37510, Sand dunes surround a black lava outcrop in the hospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley of northern Kenya.
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Sand dunes surround a black lava outcrop in the hospitable, low-lying Suguta Valley of northern Kenya.
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 #4272-16962, A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumciser begins operating on the sons of the most senior family first and moves quickly in a clockwise direction Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon.
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A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumciser begins operating on th...
A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumciser begins operating on the sons of the most senior family first and moves quickly in a clockwise direction Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon.
Stock Photo #4272-37505, Two male and one female Somali Ostrich on the run beside a Euphorbia tree in northern Kenya.
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Two male and one female Somali Ostrich on the run beside a Euphorbia tree in northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-16730, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
Stock Photo #4272-16549, The Milgis lugga (a Somali word meaning a seasonal watercourse) is a lifeline for the Samburu people and their livestock living in a low-lying, semi-arid region of their district. As the last of the surface water dries, the mud cakes and curls in the hot sun. The stockowners then dig wells until it rains again.
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The Milgis lugga (a Somali word meaning a seasonal watercourse) is a lifeline for the Samburu people and their livestock livi...
The Milgis lugga (a Somali word meaning a seasonal watercourse) is a lifeline for the Samburu people and their livestock living in a low-lying, semi-arid region of their district. As the last of the surface water dries, the mud cakes and curls in the hot sun. The stockowners then dig wells until it rains again.
Stock Photo #4272-16800, Grevys zebras inhabit dry bush country in Northern Kenya. They are the most northerly representatives of the zebra family and can be distinguished from the common or Burchells zebra by their large frame, saucer shaped ears and close set stripes.
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Grevys zebras inhabit dry bush country in Northern Kenya. They are the most northerly representatives of the zebra family and...
Grevys zebras inhabit dry bush country in Northern Kenya. They are the most northerly representatives of the zebra family and can be distinguished from the common or Burchells zebra by their large frame, saucer shaped ears and close set stripes.
Stock Photo #4272-16980, A Samburu warrior drinks blood straight from the fold of skin cut in a goat's neck. ;During every Samburu ceremony, livestock is slaughtered and meat is roasted over wood fires. Warriors will never eat meat in the presence of married women.
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A Samburu warrior drinks blood straight from the fold of skin cut in a goat's neck. ;During every Samburu ceremony, livestock...
A Samburu warrior drinks blood straight from the fold of skin cut in a goat's neck. ;During every Samburu ceremony, livestock is slaughtered and meat is roasted over wood fires. Warriors will never eat meat in the presence of married women.
Stock Photo #4272-37482, The morning muster parade of children in front of their teacher at a small primary school near Seiya in Samburu country of northern Kenya.
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The morning muster parade of children in front of their teacher at a small primary school near Seiya in Samburu country of no...
The morning muster parade of children in front of their teacher at a small primary school near Seiya in Samburu country of northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-18932, Kenya, Samburu District. A young male dik dik, foraging in the undergrowth, in Samburu District.
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Kenya, Samburu District. A young male dik dik, foraging in the undergrowth, in Samburu District.
Stock Photo #4272-16735, A Samburu boy herds his family's goats in the semi-arid terrain of northern Samburuland, a region characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall. The palms are doum palms (Hyphaene compressa), which grow widely in Kenya.
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A Samburu boy herds his family's goats in the semi-arid terrain of northern Samburuland, a region characterised by grand vist...
A Samburu boy herds his family's goats in the semi-arid terrain of northern Samburuland, a region characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall. The palms are doum palms (Hyphaene compressa), which grow widely in Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-18018, A lone Samburu woman with a laden donkey returns home from a distant shopping centre along the seasonal Seiya River.
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A lone Samburu woman with a laden donkey returns home from a distant shopping centre along the seasonal Seiya River.
Stock Photo #4272-18012, A Samburu blacksmith fashions the head of a spear in his workshop.
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A Samburu blacksmith fashions the head of a spear in his workshop.
Stock Photo #4272-16973, The ritual sponsors and friends of a Samburu initiate make him a bow, blunt arrows and a club from the sticks, staves and gum he collected before he was circumcised. He will use these weapons to kill birds for a month following his circumcision. Initiates are forbidden to carry knives during this time.
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The ritual sponsors and friends of a Samburu initiate make him a bow, blunt arrows and a club from the sticks, staves and gum...
The ritual sponsors and friends of a Samburu initiate make him a bow, blunt arrows and a club from the sticks, staves and gum he collected before he was circumcised. He will use these weapons to kill birds for a month following his circumcision. Initiates are forbidden to carry knives during this time.
Stock Photo #4272-16986, Kenya, Samburu District, Wamba. Immediately an initiate completes his lmuget loolbaa ceremony a month after his circumcision, he becomes a junior warrior of the Samburu tribe.
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Kenya, Samburu District, Wamba. Immediately an initiate completes his lmuget loolbaa ceremony a month after his circumcision,...
Kenya, Samburu District, Wamba. Immediately an initiate completes his lmuget loolbaa ceremony a month after his circumcision, he becomes a junior warrior of the Samburu tribe.
Stock Photo #4272-16958, A young Samburu warrior. In the days leading up to a circumcision ceremony, everyone becomes distinctly nervous of the conduct of the family members' undergoing the operation. Should a boy show signs of fear or cry out, he brings terrible shame to his entire family.
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A young Samburu warrior. In the days leading up to a circumcision ceremony, everyone becomes distinctly nervous of the conduc...
A young Samburu warrior. In the days leading up to a circumcision ceremony, everyone becomes distinctly nervous of the conduct of the family members' undergoing the operation. Should a boy show signs of fear or cry out, he brings terrible shame to his entire family.
Stock Photo #4272-37504, The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.
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The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern en...
The perfectly shaped volcanic cone called Nabuyatom juts into the jade waters of Lake Turkana at the inhospitable southern end of the lake, known as Von Hohnel Bay.
Stock Photo #4272-16223, Two Samburu warriors converse, their long braids of Ochred hair distinguishing them from other members of their society. Samburu warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance. An ostrich feather pompom decorates the top of a spear.
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Two Samburu warriors converse, their long braids of Ochred hair distinguishing them from other members of their society. Samb...
Two Samburu warriors converse, their long braids of Ochred hair distinguishing them from other members of their society. Samburu warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance. An ostrich feather pompom decorates the top of a spear.
Stock Photo #4272-17036, A young Samburu boy enjoys himself on a mudslide
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A young Samburu boy enjoys himself on a mudslide
Stock Photo #4272-16809, An unstriped ground squirrel. Unlike other members of the squirrel family, ground squirrels rarely climb trees. They frequently stand upright to get a better view of their surroundings.
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An unstriped ground squirrel. Unlike other members of the squirrel family, ground squirrels rarely climb trees. They frequent...
An unstriped ground squirrel. Unlike other members of the squirrel family, ground squirrels rarely climb trees. They frequently stand upright to get a better view of their surroundings.
Stock Photo #4272-16787, Two Rothschild giraffes 'neck' in Lake Nakuru National Park. Necking is a contest of strength and dominance undertaken by adult males or young giraffes, which stand shoulder to shoulder and aim arching blows to each other's head.
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Two Rothschild giraffes 'neck' in Lake Nakuru National Park. Necking is a contest of strength and dominance undertaken by adu...
Two Rothschild giraffes 'neck' in Lake Nakuru National Park. Necking is a contest of strength and dominance undertaken by adult males or young giraffes, which stand shoulder to shoulder and aim arching blows to each other's head.
Stock Photo #4272-16935, Samburu boys roast meat in the cedar forests of the Karisia Hills. Several weeks before their initiation, boys must wear charcoal blackened cloaks, which are made by their mothers from three goatskins.
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Samburu boys roast meat in the cedar forests of the Karisia Hills. Several weeks before their initiation, boys must wear char...
Samburu boys roast meat in the cedar forests of the Karisia Hills. Several weeks before their initiation, boys must wear charcoal blackened cloaks, which are made by their mothers from three goatskins.
Stock Photo #4272-18195, Two Samburu warrior of Northern Kenya in all their finery. The ostrich pompom on the spear was formerly a sign of peace.
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Two Samburu warrior of Northern Kenya in all their finery. The ostrich pompom on the spear was formerly a sign of peace.
Stock Photo #4272-16975, Samburu initiates skin a bird without the use of a knife. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows. When a bird is killed, it is skinned, stuffed with dry grass and attached to the boy's head band by means of its beak.
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Samburu initiates skin a bird without the use of a knife. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates s...
Samburu initiates skin a bird without the use of a knife. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows. When a bird is killed, it is skinned, stuffed with dry grass and attached to the boy's head band by means of its beak.
Stock Photo #4272-16234, Samburu girls are given strings of beads by their fathers when they are still young. As soon as they are old enough to have lovers from the warrior age set, they regularly receive gifts from them. Over a period of years, their necklaces can smother them up to their necks.
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Samburu girls are given strings of beads by their fathers when they are still young. As soon as they are old enough to have l...
Samburu girls are given strings of beads by their fathers when they are still young. As soon as they are old enough to have lovers from the warrior age set, they regularly receive gifts from them. Over a period of years, their necklaces can smother them up to their necks.
Stock Photo #4272-16226, A Samburu youth, his head freshly shaved, has milk poured over him from a wooden gourd-like container decorated with green grass prior to his circumcision. Milk and green grass are blessings to these pastoral people and feature in all important ceremonies.
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A Samburu youth, his head freshly shaved, has milk poured over him from a wooden gourd-like container decorated with green gr...
A Samburu youth, his head freshly shaved, has milk poured over him from a wooden gourd-like container decorated with green grass prior to his circumcision. Milk and green grass are blessings to these pastoral people and feature in all important ceremonies.
Stock Photo #4029R-91541, Reticulated Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis reticulata); Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa; Giraffe
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Reticulated Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis reticulata); Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa; Giraffe
Stock Photo #4272-37483, The beautiful colours of volcanic lava rocks and layers of successive ancient eruptions in the Samburu Hills, in northern Kenya
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The beautiful colours of volcanic lava rocks and layers of successive ancient eruptions in the Samburu Hills, in northern Ken...
The beautiful colours of volcanic lava rocks and layers of successive ancient eruptions in the Samburu Hills, in northern Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-37479, A traditional homestead of a large Samburu family. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who live in northern Kenya.
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A traditional homestead of a large Samburu family. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who live in northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4029R-270958, Impala (Aepyceros melampus); Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa
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Impala (Aepyceros melampus); Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-16733, A huge jumble of rocks in the northern foothills of the Ndoto Mountains.
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A huge jumble of rocks in the northern foothills of the Ndoto Mountains.
Stock Photo #4272-37484, The beautiful colours of volcanic lava rocks and layers of successive ancient eruptions in the Samburu Hills, in northern Kenya
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The beautiful colours of volcanic lava rocks and layers of successive ancient eruptions in the Samburu Hills, in northern Ken...
The beautiful colours of volcanic lava rocks and layers of successive ancient eruptions in the Samburu Hills, in northern Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-17710, Kenya, Maralal, Leserikan. A tame ostrich stands in the middle of the only street at Leserikan, a small trading centre in the foothills of the Ndoto Mountains in Maralal District.
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Kenya, Maralal, Leserikan. A tame ostrich stands in the middle of the only street at Leserikan, a small trading centre in the...
Kenya, Maralal, Leserikan. A tame ostrich stands in the middle of the only street at Leserikan, a small trading centre in the foothills of the Ndoto Mountains in Maralal District.
Stock Photo #4272-37507, An extinct volcanic cone on the Barrier the inhospitable volcanic ridge that divides Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley to the south of the lake.
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An extinct volcanic cone on the Barrier the inhospitable volcanic ridge that divides Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley to t...
An extinct volcanic cone on the Barrier the inhospitable volcanic ridge that divides Lake Turkana from the Suguta Valley to the south of the lake.
Stock Photo #4272-17237, The vast expanse of inhospitable country from the eastern scarp of Africas Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away.
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The vast expanse of inhospitable country from the eastern scarp of Africas Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. Fr...
The vast expanse of inhospitable country from the eastern scarp of Africas Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away.
Stock Photo #4272-16934, Up to a year before his circumcision, a Samburu boy will style his hair in a distinctive 'pudding bowl' shape and often rub charcoal and fat into it. Uncircumcised boys are considered children whatever their age. They have no standing in the tribe and do not belong to an age-set.
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Up to a year before his circumcision, a Samburu boy will style his hair in a distinctive 'pudding bowl' shape and often rub c...
Up to a year before his circumcision, a Samburu boy will style his hair in a distinctive 'pudding bowl' shape and often rub charcoal and fat into it. Uncircumcised boys are considered children whatever their age. They have no standing in the tribe and do not belong to an age-set.
Stock Photo #4272-18183, Kenya, The front entrance to the luxurious Sasaab Lodge on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River.
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Kenya, The front entrance to the luxurious Sasaab Lodge on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River.
Stock Photo #4272-37490, The swimming pool of Desert Rose lodge situated on the southern slopes of Mount Nyiru in remote northern Kenya.
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The swimming pool of Desert Rose lodge situated on the southern slopes of Mount Nyiru in remote northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-37497, Nigel Pavitt beside the small but impressively powerful Aircam at Catherdal Rock in the Suguta Valley.
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Nigel Pavitt beside the small but impressively powerful Aircam at Catherdal Rock in the Suguta Valley.
Stock Photo #4272-17017, Vervet monkeys. Their primary habitat is Acacia-dominated riverine forests.
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Vervet monkeys. Their primary habitat is Acacia-dominated riverine forests.
Stock Photo #4272-37493, A section of the very rugged, Losergoi hills, west of Mount Nyiru.
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A section of the very rugged, Losergoi hills, west of Mount Nyiru.
Stock Photo #4272-17247, Aerial view of a Manyatta, the traditional homestead of tribal Samburu & Maasai, Wamba District, Kenya
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Aerial view of a Manyatta, the traditional homestead of tribal Samburu & Maasai, Wamba District, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-18179, Kenya, A bedroom in the luxurious Sasaab Lodge on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River.
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Kenya, A bedroom in the luxurious Sasaab Lodge on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River.
Stock Photo #4272-16982, A Samburu father of a recently circumcised initiate removes the marrow from the leg bone of an ox. Marrow is a much sought-after delicacy. During every Samburu ceremony, livestock is slaughtered and meat is roasted over wood fires.
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A Samburu father of a recently circumcised initiate removes the marrow from the leg bone of an ox. Marrow is a much sought-af...
A Samburu father of a recently circumcised initiate removes the marrow from the leg bone of an ox. Marrow is a much sought-after delicacy. During every Samburu ceremony, livestock is slaughtered and meat is roasted over wood fires.
Stock Photo #4272-18220, Kenya, Cistanche tubulosa, an attractive parasitic flower, rather like a hyacinth. Common in low-altitude, dry bush country.
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Kenya, Cistanche tubulosa, an attractive parasitic flower, rather like a hyacinth. Common in low-altitude, dry bush country.
Stock Photo #4272-16766, A bull elephant in the Samburu National Game Reserve. Elephants are the colour of the soil where they live by taking regular dust baths to keep away flies and other biting insects.
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A bull elephant in the Samburu National Game Reserve. Elephants are the colour of the soil where they live by taking regular ...
A bull elephant in the Samburu National Game Reserve. Elephants are the colour of the soil where they live by taking regular dust baths to keep away flies and other biting insects.
Stock Photo #4272-37487, The green vegetation of the highly alkaline Suguta River which meanders through the low-lying, inhospitable Suguta Valley.
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The green vegetation of the highly alkaline Suguta River which meanders through the low-lying, inhospitable Suguta Valley.
Stock Photo #4272-37520, Ancient inselbergs and bare rock outcrops of varying dimensions are a feature of the semi-arid regions of Samburu District.
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Ancient inselbergs and bare rock outcrops of varying dimensions are a feature of the semi-arid regions of Samburu District.
Stock Photo #4272-37516, A Samburu warrior in all his finery. Milgis, Kenya
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A Samburu warrior in all his finery. Milgis, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-16530, A herd of elephants drinks from the Uaso Nyiru River, a lifeline for wild animals and livestock in the low-lying, semi-arid regions of Maralal and Isiolo districts.
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A herd of elephants drinks from the Uaso Nyiru River, a lifeline for wild animals and livestock in the low-lying, semi-arid r...
A herd of elephants drinks from the Uaso Nyiru River, a lifeline for wild animals and livestock in the low-lying, semi-arid regions of Maralal and Isiolo districts.
Stock Photo #4272-16938, A Samburu youth is attended by his colleagues after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision. It is not uncommon for Samburu youths and warriors to succumb to hysterical and often violent outbursts. These fits, known to them as ndokuna, pass after a few minutes although the person may be drained of his energy for several hours.
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A Samburu youth is attended by his colleagues after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision....
A Samburu youth is attended by his colleagues after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision. It is not uncommon for Samburu youths and warriors to succumb to hysterical and often violent outbursts. These fits, known to them as ndokuna, pass after a few minutes although the person may be drained of his energy for several hours.
Stock Photo #4272-18930, Kenya, Samburu District. A tourist attempting to jump as high as a Samburu warrior, in the dry river bed of the Ewaso Nyiro.
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Kenya, Samburu District. A tourist attempting to jump as high as a Samburu warrior, in the dry river bed of the Ewaso Nyiro.
Stock Photo #4272-16797, A dikdik in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Didiks are territorial and live in monogamous pairs. Only males have small horns. Well adapted to semi arid lands, they are completely independent of water, obtaining all the moisture they need from their food.
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A dikdik in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Didiks are territorial and live in monogamous pairs. Only males h...
A dikdik in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya. Didiks are territorial and live in monogamous pairs. Only males have small horns. Well adapted to semi arid lands, they are completely independent of water, obtaining all the moisture they need from their food.
Stock Photo #4272-16960, A Samburu man watches over his cattle in the early morning. A family's herds must be penned in the lorara (a purpose-built circumcision encampment) before a boy can be circumcised.
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A Samburu man watches over his cattle in the early morning. A family's herds must be penned in the lorara (a purpose-built ci...
A Samburu man watches over his cattle in the early morning. A family's herds must be penned in the lorara (a purpose-built circumcision encampment) before a boy can be circumcised.
Stock Photo #4272-17235, A Samburu settlement, known colloquially as a manyatta, in the early morning. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists and build their low, flat-roofed houses in a circle in which their cattle are penned are night.
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A Samburu settlement, known colloquially as a manyatta, in the early morning. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists and b...
A Samburu settlement, known colloquially as a manyatta, in the early morning. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists and build their low, flat-roofed houses in a circle in which their cattle are penned are night.
Stock Photo #4272-16725, Poi, a prominent rock feature of the Ndoto Mountains in northern Samburuland. The small river rising at the top of the 8650-foot-high range provides permanent water at Ngurunit for people and their livestock.
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Poi, a prominent rock feature of the Ndoto Mountains in northern Samburuland. The small river rising at the top of the 8650-f...
Poi, a prominent rock feature of the Ndoto Mountains in northern Samburuland. The small river rising at the top of the 8650-foot-high range provides permanent water at Ngurunit for people and their livestock.
Stock Photo #4272-17035, Young Samburu boys enjoy themselves on a mudslide.
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Young Samburu boys enjoy themselves on a mudslide.
Stock Photo #4272-16786, A reticulated giraffe (Giraffa reticulata) crosses a seasonal river bed in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya as a warthog stands in the shade of a thorn tree. These finely marked giraffes are only found in Northern Kenya and Somalia where they are now extremely vulnerable.
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A reticulated giraffe (Giraffa reticulata) crosses a seasonal river bed in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya as ...
A reticulated giraffe (Giraffa reticulata) crosses a seasonal river bed in the Samburu National Reserve of Northern Kenya as a warthog stands in the shade of a thorn tree. These finely marked giraffes are only found in Northern Kenya and Somalia where they are now extremely vulnerable.
Stock Photo #4272-16196, A young Samburu herdsman drives goats towards a Waterhole along the Milgis - a wide, sandy seasonal watercourse which is a lifeline for pastoralists in the low-lying semi-arid region of their district. The hair style of the young man denotes his status as an uncircumcised youth.
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A young Samburu herdsman drives goats towards a Waterhole along the Milgis - a wide, sandy seasonal watercourse which is a li...
A young Samburu herdsman drives goats towards a Waterhole along the Milgis - a wide, sandy seasonal watercourse which is a lifeline for pastoralists in the low-lying semi-arid region of their district. The hair style of the young man denotes his status as an uncircumcised youth.
Stock Photo #4272-37521, As seasonal rivers in Samburu District dry soon after the end of the rainy season, leaving interesting patterns in the sand of the Seiya.
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As seasonal rivers in Samburu District dry soon after the end of the rainy season, leaving interesting patterns in the sand o...
As seasonal rivers in Samburu District dry soon after the end of the rainy season, leaving interesting patterns in the sand of the Seiya.
Stock Photo #4272-16974, A Samburu initiate takes aim at a bird with a blunt arrow. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time wandering in the countryside attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows.
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A Samburu initiate takes aim at a bird with a blunt arrow. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates ...
A Samburu initiate takes aim at a bird with a blunt arrow. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time wandering in the countryside attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows.
Stock Photo #4272-16879, A herd of elephants drinks from the Uaso Nyiro River in the Samburu National Game Reserve. ;By taking regular mud or dust baths to keep away flies and other biting insects, elephants take on the soil colour of their own habitats.
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A herd of elephants drinks from the Uaso Nyiro River in the Samburu National Game Reserve. ;By taking regular mud or dust bat...
A herd of elephants drinks from the Uaso Nyiro River in the Samburu National Game Reserve. ;By taking regular mud or dust baths to keep away flies and other biting insects, elephants take on the soil colour of their own habitats.
Stock Photo #4029R-70145, Lions (Felidae Panthera Ieo); Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa; A pride of lions
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Lions (Felidae Panthera Ieo); Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa; A pride of lions
Stock Photo #4272-37519, Ancient inselbergs of varying dimensions are a feature of the semi-arid regions of Samburu District.
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Ancient inselbergs of varying dimensions are a feature of the semi-arid regions of Samburu District.
Stock Photo #4272-37491, A table set for breakfast at Desert Rose lodge, which has breath-taking views from its position on the southern slopes of Mount Nyiru in remote northern Kenya.
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A table set for breakfast at Desert Rose lodge, which has breath-taking views from its position on the southern slopes of Mou...
A table set for breakfast at Desert Rose lodge, which has breath-taking views from its position on the southern slopes of Mount Nyiru in remote northern Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-16195, A Samburu Warrior drives his goats along the wide, sandy seasonal watercourse of the Milgis where waterholes dug by the Samburu in the dry season are a lifeline for pastoralists in this semi-arid region of their district.
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A Samburu Warrior drives his goats along the wide, sandy seasonal watercourse of the Milgis where waterholes dug by the Sambu...
A Samburu Warrior drives his goats along the wide, sandy seasonal watercourse of the Milgis where waterholes dug by the Samburu in the dry season are a lifeline for pastoralists in this semi-arid region of their district.
Stock Photo #4272-18180, Kenya, A bedroom in the luxurious Sasaab Lodge on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River.
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Kenya, A bedroom in the luxurious Sasaab Lodge on the banks of the Uaso Nyiru River.
Stock Photo #4272-18929, Kenya, Samburu District. Samburu warriors and young girls sing and dance in the dry river bed of the Ewaso Nyiro River.
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Kenya, Samburu District. Samburu warriors and young girls sing and dance in the dry river bed of the Ewaso Nyiro River.
Stock Photo #4272-37494, Large flocks of lesser flamingos feed on algae in the shallow alkaline waters of Lake Logipi, in the Suguta Valley.
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Large flocks of lesser flamingos feed on algae in the shallow alkaline waters of Lake Logipi, in the Suguta Valley.
Stock Photo #4272-16722, Two Samburu warriors relax on a rock outcrop near the foothills of the Ndoto Mountains in Samburuland. This northern region of semi-arid thorn scrub country barely supports sufficient livestock for the semi-nomadic pastoralists living there. The Samburu of Northern Kenya are related to their more famous cousins, the _maa speaking Maasai.
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Two Samburu warriors relax on a rock outcrop near the foothills of the Ndoto Mountains in Samburuland. This northern region o...
Two Samburu warriors relax on a rock outcrop near the foothills of the Ndoto Mountains in Samburuland. This northern region of semi-arid thorn scrub country barely supports sufficient livestock for the semi-nomadic pastoralists living there. The Samburu of Northern Kenya are related to their more famous cousins, the _maa speaking Maasai.
Stock Photo #4272-17241, A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away. The views at Losiolo are the finest in Kenya of the largest, longest and most conspicuous physical feature of its kind on earth. A Samburu warrior looks out over the vast expanse.
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A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the lan...
A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away. The views at Losiolo are the finest in Kenya of the largest, longest and most conspicuous physical feature of its kind on earth. A Samburu warrior looks out over the vast expanse.
Stock Photo #4272-17234, A Samburu settlement, known colloquially as a manyatta, in the early morning. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists and build their low, flat-roofed houses in a circle in which their cattle are penned are night.
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A Samburu settlement, known colloquially as a manyatta, in the early morning. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists and b...
A Samburu settlement, known colloquially as a manyatta, in the early morning. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists and build their low, flat-roofed houses in a circle in which their cattle are penned are night.
Stock Photo #4272-16892, A pack of dwarf mongooses on a termite mound, which serves as their den. The dwarf mongoose is the smallest African carnivore and lives in packs of up to twenty individuals with a dominant breeding pair in each pack. Their colouring is very varied, ranging from tan to dark brown.
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A pack of dwarf mongooses on a termite mound, which serves as their den. The dwarf mongoose is the smallest African carnivore...
A pack of dwarf mongooses on a termite mound, which serves as their den. The dwarf mongoose is the smallest African carnivore and lives in packs of up to twenty individuals with a dominant breeding pair in each pack. Their colouring is very varied, ranging from tan to dark brown.
Stock Photo #4272-16729, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
Stock Photo #4272-16233, Samburu girls are given strings of beads by their fathers when they are still young. As soon as they are old enough to have lovers from the warrior age-set, they regularly receive gifts from them. Over a period of years, their necklaces can smother them up to their necks. The metal cross-like ornament hanging from the girl's headband has no religious significance.
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Samburu girls are given strings of beads by their fathers when they are still young. As soon as they are old enough to have l...
Samburu girls are given strings of beads by their fathers when they are still young. As soon as they are old enough to have lovers from the warrior age-set, they regularly receive gifts from them. Over a period of years, their necklaces can smother them up to their necks. The metal cross-like ornament hanging from the girl's headband has no religious significance.
Stock Photo #4272-16979, During every Samburu ceremony, cattle are slaughtered and meat is roasted over wood fires. Warriors will never eat meat in the presence of married women.
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During every Samburu ceremony, cattle are slaughtered and meat is roasted over wood fires. Warriors will never eat meat in th...
During every Samburu ceremony, cattle are slaughtered and meat is roasted over wood fires. Warriors will never eat meat in the presence of married women.
Stock Photo #4272-17037, A Samburu girl herds her parents' flocks of sheep and goats in the South Horr Valley of northern Kenya.
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A Samburu girl herds her parents' flocks of sheep and goats in the South Horr Valley of northern Kenya.

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