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Stock Photo #4179-18639, African Elephant Baby under adult - Samburu GR Kenya (Loxodonta africana)
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African Elephant Baby under adult - Samburu GR Kenya (Loxodonta africana)
Stock Photo #4272-16981, A young Samburu boy sucks marrow straight from the leg bone of a cow. Marrow is a much sought-after delicacy. 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 young Samburu boy sucks marrow straight from the leg bone of a cow. Marrow is a much sought-after delicacy. During every Sa...
A young Samburu boy sucks marrow straight from the leg bone of a cow. Marrow is a much sought-after delicacy. 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 #4179-19670, Olive Baboon (Papio anubis) baby looking like Prince Charles (HUMOR) in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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Olive Baboon (Papio anubis) baby looking like Prince Charles (HUMOR) in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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 #4272-16966, Early in the morning, a Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised outside his mothers house. One of his sponsors attends him by holding his back. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
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Early in the morning, a Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised ou...
Early in the morning, a Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised outside his mothers house. One of his sponsors attends him by holding his back. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
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 #4272-16977, 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 #1899-25133, Portrait of a young Samburu woman. Portrait of a young semi-naked Samburu woman wearing elaborate jewellery. Her neck is adorned with a heavily beaded necklace and she wears striking, ornate earrings. Wamba, Kenya, 13 October 1956. Wamba, Rift Valley, Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
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Portrait of a young Samburu woman. Portrait of a young semi-naked Samburu woman wearing elaborate jewellery. Her neck is ador...
Portrait of a young Samburu woman. Portrait of a young semi-naked Samburu woman wearing elaborate jewellery. Her neck is adorned with a heavily beaded necklace and she wears striking, ornate earrings. Wamba, Kenya, 13 October 1956. Wamba, Rift Valley, Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
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 #4179-18607, African Elephant (Loxodonta africana) 11/16/2004. Juvenile playing in Uaso Nyero River in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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African Elephant (Loxodonta africana) 11/16/2004. Juvenile playing in Uaso Nyero River in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-19669, Olive Baboon (Papio anubis) baby staring, in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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Olive Baboon (Papio anubis) baby staring, in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-19859, Olive Baboons with Young (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
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Olive Baboons with Young (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
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 #4179-18491, Elephants in Uaso Nyiro River (Loxodonta africana), Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
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Elephants in Uaso Nyiro River (Loxodonta africana), Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-18646, African Elephant with Baby (Loxodonta africana), Samburu GR, Kenya
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African Elephant with Baby (Loxodonta africana), Samburu GR, Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-37174, Young Grevy's Zebra (Equus grevyi) Samburu NP, Kenya
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Young Grevy's Zebra (Equus grevyi) Samburu NP, Kenya
Stock Photo #1566-680215, AFRICA, Kenya, Samburu African Elephants drinking water in the Samburu River- Loxodonta africana
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AFRICA, Kenya, Samburu African Elephants drinking water in the Samburu River- Loxodonta africana
Stock Photo #4272-16969, Immediately a Samburu youth has been circumcised, his ritual sponsors and friends will draw blood from an ox by tying a rope tourniquet round the animals neck and piercing the jugular with a short, sharp arrow. A mixture of blood and milk will be given to the initiate to drink while he recovers from the operation in his mothers house.
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Immediately a Samburu youth has been circumcised, his ritual sponsors and friends will draw blood from an ox by tying a rope ...
Immediately a Samburu youth has been circumcised, his ritual sponsors and friends will draw blood from an ox by tying a rope tourniquet round the animals neck and piercing the jugular with a short, sharp arrow. A mixture of blood and milk will be given to the initiate to drink while he recovers from the operation in his mothers house.
Stock Photo #1566-1408998, Samburu people, Samburu National Park, Kenya, Africa.
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Samburu people, Samburu National Park, Kenya, Africa.
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 #4179-26389, Common Waterbuck (Kobus ellipsiprymnus ellipsiprymnus) young, 11/21/2005, in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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Common Waterbuck (Kobus ellipsiprymnus ellipsiprymnus) young, 11/21/2005, in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-22684, Impala Calf (Aepyceros melampus), Samburu GR, Kenya
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Impala Calf (Aepyceros melampus), Samburu GR, Kenya
Stock Photo #1566-1055986, Tanzania, Masai coming of age ceremony This young male members are being initiated as warriors ´Moran´
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Tanzania, Masai coming of age ceremony This young male members are being initiated as warriors ´Moran´
Stock Photo #4272-16951, A Samburu mother shaves her sons head outside her home the day before he is circumcised. Round her neck hangs his nchipi - the distinctive decoration of every boy who participates in the circumcision ritual.
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A Samburu mother shaves her sons head outside her home the day before he is circumcised. Round her neck hangs his nchipi - th...
A Samburu mother shaves her sons head outside her home the day before he is circumcised. Round her neck hangs his nchipi - the distinctive decoration of every boy who participates in the circumcision ritual.
Stock Photo #1566-1055985, Tanzania, Masai coming of age ceremony This young male members are being initiated as warriors ´Moran´
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Stock Photo #4272-16251, A young Samburu boy sucks marrow from the leg of a freshly slaughtered ox. Marrow is a much sought-after delicacy.
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A young Samburu boy sucks marrow from the leg of a freshly slaughtered ox. Marrow is a much sought-after delicacy.
Stock Photo #4179-18516, African Elephants bathing in River (Loxodonta africana), Samburu, Kenya
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African Elephants bathing in River (Loxodonta africana), Samburu, Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-19865, Olive Baboon with Baby (Paio anubis), Samburu NR, Kenya
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Olive Baboon with Baby (Paio anubis), Samburu NR, Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-35295, Vervet Monkeys with Young (Cercopithecus aethiops), Samburu GR, Kenya
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Vervet Monkeys with Young (Cercopithecus aethiops), Samburu GR, 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 #4272-16949, The day before their circumcision, Samburu boys are blessed by their mothers by having milk flicked on their feet as they return to their lorora from a water source that never dries up.
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The day before their circumcision, Samburu boys are blessed by their mothers by having milk flicked on their feet as they ret...
The day before their circumcision, Samburu boys are blessed by their mothers by having milk flicked on their feet as they return to their lorora from a water source that never dries up.
Stock Photo #4179-22685, Impala Calf (Aepyceros melampus), Samburu GR, Kenya
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Impala Calf (Aepyceros melampus), Samburu GR, Kenya
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 #4272-16940, In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a slow, haunting melody whose words are ad libbed to suit the occasion.
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In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a...
In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a slow, haunting melody whose words are ad libbed to suit the occasion.
Stock Photo #1815R-140949, Africa,Kenya, Girl looking at grasshopper on leaves
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Stock Photo #4179-19853, Olive Baboon Young chewing on Dirt (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
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Olive Baboon Young chewing on Dirt (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-19855, Olive Baboon, Young playing (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
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Olive Baboon, Young playing (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-35296, Vervet Monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops), Samburu GR, Kenya
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Vervet Monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops), Samburu GR, Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-19592, Olive Baboon (Papio anubis) in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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Olive Baboon (Papio anubis) in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
Stock Photo #1566-420657, Samburu tribal costume detail, Kenya
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Samburu tribal costume detail, Kenya
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 #4272-16971, 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 #1889-59452, Tourist lookout, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa
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Tourist lookout, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa
Stock Photo #1889-45415, Young Samburu tribe member, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa
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Young Samburu tribe member, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Africa
Stock Photo #4179-19856, Olive Baboon with Baby (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
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Olive Baboon with Baby (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-18492, Elephants crossing Uaso Nyiro River (Loxodonta africana), Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
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Elephants crossing Uaso Nyiro River (Loxodonta africana), Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-16941, In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a slow, haunting melody whose words are ad libbed to suit the occasion.
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In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a...
In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a slow, haunting melody whose words are ad libbed to suit the occasion.
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 #4179-19666, Olive Baboon (Papio anubis) in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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Olive Baboon (Papio anubis) in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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 #4272-16937, 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 #4179-22716, Impala Fawns play fighting (Aepyceros melampus), Samburu N.R., Kenya
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Impala Fawns play fighting (Aepyceros melampus), Samburu N.R., Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-16950, A Samburu mother shaves her sons head outside her home the day before he is circumcised. Round her neck hangs his nchipi - the distinctive decoration of every boy who participates in the circumcision ritual.
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A Samburu mother shaves her sons head outside her home the day before he is circumcised. Round her neck hangs his nchipi - th...
A Samburu mother shaves her sons head outside her home the day before he is circumcised. Round her neck hangs his nchipi - the distinctive decoration of every boy who participates in the circumcision ritual.
Stock Photo #4179-18640, African Elephant mother & baby (Loxodonta africana) Samburu GR, Kenya
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African Elephant mother & baby (Loxodonta africana) Samburu GR, Kenya
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 #1566-680201, Africa, Kenya, Amboseli NP, African Elephant mother and baby (Loxodonta africana)
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Stock Photo #1566-1408996, Samburu people, Samburu National Park, Kenya, Africa.
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Samburu people, Samburu National Park, Kenya, Africa.
Stock Photo #4272-16939, In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys must wear charcoal blackened cloaks, which are made from three goatskins by their mothers.
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In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys must wear charcoal blackened cloaks, which are made from three go...
In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys must wear charcoal blackened cloaks, which are made from three goatskins by their mothers.
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 #4272-16224, 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 #4179-24415, Beisa Oryx (Oryx gazella beisa) 11/9/2005, young calves playing in the Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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Beisa Oryx (Oryx gazella beisa) 11/9/2005, young calves playing in the Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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 #4179-19788, Olive Baboon, Baby (Papio anubis), Samburu Gr, Kenya
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Olive Baboon, Baby (Papio anubis), Samburu Gr, Kenya
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 #4272-16958, 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 #4272-16986, 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 #4272-16223, 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 #4179-19672, Olive Baboon, Papio anubis, baby cuddling with its mother in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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Olive Baboon, Papio anubis, baby cuddling with its mother in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
Stock Photo #1889-59449, Elephant watch camp, Samburu, Kenya, Africa
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Elephant watch camp, Samburu, Kenya, Africa
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 #4272-16944, Dressed in black leather cloaks and singing the lebarta, Samburu boys return to their lorora in the early morning carrying over their right shoulders sticks, staves and gum, which they have collected to make bows, blunt arrows and clubs after their circumcision.
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Dressed in black leather cloaks and singing the lebarta, Samburu boys return to their lorora in the early morning carrying ov...
Dressed in black leather cloaks and singing the lebarta, Samburu boys return to their lorora in the early morning carrying over their right shoulders sticks, staves and gum, which they have collected to make bows, blunt arrows and clubs after their circumcision.
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 #4272-16975, 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 #4272-16226, 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 #4179-18455, African Elephants walking in wooded Plains (Loxodonta africana), Samburu, Kenya
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African Elephants walking in wooded Plains (Loxodonta africana), Samburu, Kenya
Stock Photo #1566-1051177, Coming of age ceremony Masai tribe, Tanzania These young boys are being initiated into manhood
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Coming of age ceremony Masai tribe, Tanzania These young boys are being initiated into manhood
Stock Photo #1890-117408, Young,male olive baboon Papio cynocephalus anubis sitting atop a tree trunk, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
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Young,male olive baboon Papio cynocephalus anubis sitting atop a tree trunk, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, East Africa, Af...
Young,male olive baboon Papio cynocephalus anubis sitting atop a tree trunk, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-16228, A month after a Samburu youth has been circumcised, he becomes a warrior. He will go to the nearest stream or Waterhole to wash off a months grime. He then decorates himself with a mixture of ochre and animal fat, and adorns himself with beads. The scarring round this mans nipples is a sign of beauty.
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A month after a Samburu youth has been circumcised, he becomes a warrior. He will go to the nearest stream or Waterhole to wa...
A month after a Samburu youth has been circumcised, he becomes a warrior. He will go to the nearest stream or Waterhole to wash off a months grime. He then decorates himself with a mixture of ochre and animal fat, and adorns himself with beads. The scarring round this mans nipples is a sign of beauty.
Stock Photo #4179-19852, Olive Baboon Baby eating Leaves (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
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Olive Baboon Baby eating Leaves (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
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 #1566-1408997, Samburu people, Samburu National Park, Kenya, Africa.
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Samburu people, Samburu National Park, Kenya, Africa.
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 #4272-16938, 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 #4179-18574, African Elephants drinking in River (Loxodonta africana), Samburu, Kenya
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African Elephants drinking in River (Loxodonta africana), Samburu, Kenya
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 #4272-16196, 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 #4272-16348, A fresh spring rises at Mawingaten making the place a little oasis in the barren lava country that surrounds it. Mount Kulal is in the background. The palm trees are doum palms (Hyphaene compressa).
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A fresh spring rises at Mawingaten making the place a little oasis in the barren lava country that surrounds it. Mount Kulal ...
A fresh spring rises at Mawingaten making the place a little oasis in the barren lava country that surrounds it. Mount Kulal is in the background. The palm trees are doum palms (Hyphaene compressa).
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 #4179-18606, Baby African Elephant (Loxodonta africana), Samburu, Kenya
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Stock Photo #4179-21904, Gerenuk and Young at Termite Mound (Litocranius walleri), Samburu, Kenya
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Gerenuk and Young at Termite Mound (Litocranius walleri), Samburu, Kenya
Stock Photo #4179-18605, African Elephant Baby (Loxodonta africana), Samburu G.R., Kenya
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Stock Photo #4272-16947, The day before their circumcision, Samburu boys set out in a group to draw water from a source that never dries up. Each boy will carry a new gourd shaped container made by his mother from hollowed out wood.
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The day before their circumcision, Samburu boys set out in a group to draw water from a source that never dries up. Each boy ...
The day before their circumcision, Samburu boys set out in a group to draw water from a source that never dries up. Each boy will carry a new gourd shaped container made by his mother from hollowed out wood.
Stock Photo #4179-18604, African Elephant Baby (Loxodonta africana), Samburu G.R., Kenya
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African Elephant Baby (Loxodonta africana), Samburu G.R., Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-16967, A Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised outside his mother's house. His ritual sponsors attend him before lifting him into the house for a rest. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
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A Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised outside his mother's hou...
A Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised outside his mother's house. His ritual sponsors attend him before lifting him into the house for a rest. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
Stock Photo #4179-19668, Olive Baboon (Papio anubis) in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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Olive Baboon (Papio anubis) in Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
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 #4179-19858, Olive Baboons with Young (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
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Olive Baboons with Young (Papio anubis), Samburu N.R., Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-16968, A Samburu youth is carried by his sponsors into his mother's house to rest just after he has been circumcised in the early morning. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon. It takes a good circumciser a minute to finish the operation and move quickly on to his next customer.
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A Samburu youth is carried by his sponsors into his mother's house to rest just after he has been circumcised in the early mo...
A Samburu youth is carried by his sponsors into his mother's house to rest just after he has been circumcised in the early morning. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon. It takes a good circumciser a minute to finish the operation and move quickly on to his next customer.
Stock Photo #4272-16948, A Samburu boy the day before his circumcision. He has daubed the right side of his face and body with white clay while drawing water from a source that never dries up. Each boy will carry for this purpose a new gourd shaped container made by his mother from hollowed out wood.
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A Samburu boy the day before his circumcision. He has daubed the right side of his face and body with white clay while drawin...
A Samburu boy the day before his circumcision. He has daubed the right side of his face and body with white clay while drawing water from a source that never dries up. Each boy will carry for this purpose a new gourd shaped container made by his mother from hollowed out wood.
Stock Photo #4272-16220, A Samburu warrior resplendent with long, braided, Ochred hair. The braids at the front have been fashioned in a protruding fringe rather like a sunshade. The cloth on top keeps the braids in place. The round ear ornaments of the warriors are made of ivory. Samburu warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance.
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A Samburu warrior resplendent with long, braided, Ochred hair. The braids at the front have been fashioned in a protruding fr...
A Samburu warrior resplendent with long, braided, Ochred hair. The braids at the front have been fashioned in a protruding fringe rather like a sunshade. The cloth on top keeps the braids in place. The round ear ornaments of the warriors are made of ivory. Samburu warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance.
Stock Photo #4272-16219, A Samburu warrior resplendent with long, braided, Ochred hair. The round ear ornaments of the warriors are fashioned from ivory. Samburu warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance. Ochre 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 long, braided, Ochred hair. The round ear ornaments of the warriors are fashioned from ivo...
A Samburu warrior resplendent with long, braided, Ochred hair. The round ear ornaments of the warriors are fashioned from ivory. Samburu warriors are vain and proud, taking great trouble over their appearance. Ochre is a natural earth containing ferric oxide which is mixed with animal fat to the consistency of greasepaint.
Stock Photo #4179-22715, Impala Fawns (Aepyceros melampus), Samburu N.R., Kenya
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Impala Fawns (Aepyceros melampus), Samburu N.R., Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-16970, Kenya, South Horr, Kurungu. A Samburu youth after his circumcision. The day after he has been circumcised, the initiate must hang in his pierced earlobes copper ear ornaments that are normally worn by married women.
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Kenya, South Horr, Kurungu. A Samburu youth after his circumcision. The day after he has been circumcised, the initiate must ...
Kenya, South Horr, Kurungu. A Samburu youth after his circumcision. The day after he has been circumcised, the initiate must hang in his pierced earlobes copper ear ornaments that are normally worn by married women.

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