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Stock Photo #4186-10113, Kenya Turkana Men
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Stock Photo #4292-48482, Africa, Kenya, Turkana Family
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Stock Photo #4292-48512, Africa, Kenya, Lake Turkana
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Stock Photo #4272-16353, The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up, the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.
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The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an o...
The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up, the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.
Stock Photo #4272-17116, Camels are milked in the early morning by Turkana herdsmen. In the best season of year, camels can be milked up to five times a day making them the most important livestock resource the Turkana own. However, these animals do not have the same cultural and emotional value to the Turkana as cattle.
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Camels are milked in the early morning by Turkana herdsmen. In the best season of year, camels can be milked up to five times...
Camels are milked in the early morning by Turkana herdsmen. In the best season of year, camels can be milked up to five times a day making them the most important livestock resource the Turkana own. However, these animals do not have the same cultural and emotional value to the Turkana as cattle.
Stock Photo #4272-16831, Fishing guide, Colin Burch, holds up a 30 lb Nile Perch caught on a lure. Nile perch are the largest freshwater fish accessible to anglers. The biggest Nile perch on record was caught by local fishermen on Lake Victoria and weighed in at 232 kg.
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Fishing guide, Colin Burch, holds up a 30 lb Nile Perch caught on a lure. Nile perch are the largest freshwater fish accessib...
Fishing guide, Colin Burch, holds up a 30 lb Nile Perch caught on a lure. Nile perch are the largest freshwater fish accessible to anglers. The biggest Nile perch on record was caught by local fishermen on Lake Victoria and weighed in at 232 kg.
Stock Photo #4272-17856, Kenya, Turkana District. An old Turkana man holding his carved wooden stool cum headrest in his right hand.
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Kenya, Turkana District. An old Turkana man holding his carved wooden stool cum headrest in his right hand.
Stock Photo #4272-16347, Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song of the Bulls. Each young man will take centre-stage to extol the praises of his favourite ox. He will explain how it came into his possession, its distinguishing traits and with outstretched arms, imitate the shape of its horns.
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Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song o...
Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song of the Bulls. Each young man will take centre-stage to extol the praises of his favourite ox. He will explain how it came into his possession, its distinguishing traits and with outstretched arms, imitate the shape of its horns.
Stock Photo #4413-169289, El Molo hunters talking after a Hippopotamus Hunt Kenya
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El Molo hunters talking after a Hippopotamus Hunt Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-16342, Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. In this picture, young men and girls are performing the naleyo, the only dance among a repertoire of more than twenty where couples dance together. The songs narrate love stories about small animals such as tortoises, hares, squirrels and dikdiks.
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Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. In this picture, young men and girls are performing the naleyo, the only da...
Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. In this picture, young men and girls are performing the naleyo, the only dance among a repertoire of more than twenty where couples dance together. The songs narrate love stories about small animals such as tortoises, hares, squirrels and dikdiks.
Stock Photo #4292-48479, Africa, Kenya, Turkana dance
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Stock Photo #4292-48939, Africa, Kenya, Turkana, Man building a Hut
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Stock Photo #4272-16304, An expert hairstylist smears clay on the crown of a man's head, then fashions it into an elliptical bun before colouring it with natural pigments. The elliptical clay bun, so characteristic of the Turkana, is now dying out.
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An expert hairstylist smears clay on the crown of a man's head, then fashions it into an elliptical bun before colouring it w...
An expert hairstylist smears clay on the crown of a man's head, then fashions it into an elliptical bun before colouring it with natural pigments. The elliptical clay bun, so characteristic of the Turkana, is now dying out.
Stock Photo #1899-25167, Turkana welcoming committee. Turkana men in ceremonial dress sit on a spectator stand amongst an African assembly awaiting the arrival of Princess Margaret. They wear elaborate headdresses and armbands and each holds a small union jack flag. Kenya, 18 October 1956. Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
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Turkana welcoming committee. Turkana men in ceremonial dress sit on a spectator stand amongst an African assembly awaiting th...
Turkana welcoming committee. Turkana men in ceremonial dress sit on a spectator stand amongst an African assembly awaiting the arrival of Princess Margaret. They wear elaborate headdresses and armbands and each holds a small union jack flag. Kenya, 18 October 1956. Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
Stock Photo #1899-25142, An elderly Turkana man. Portrait of an elderly Turkana warrior, his hair braided and decorated with feathers. He wears an unusual curved hair ornament at the back of his head. Wamba, Kenya, 13 October 1956. Wamba, Rift Valley, Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
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An elderly Turkana man. Portrait of an elderly Turkana warrior, his hair braided and decorated with feathers. He wears an unu...
An elderly Turkana man. Portrait of an elderly Turkana warrior, his hair braided and decorated with feathers. He wears an unusual curved hair ornament at the back of his head. Wamba, Kenya, 13 October 1956. Wamba, Rift Valley, Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
Stock Photo #4292-48474, Africa, Kenya, Turkana dance
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Stock Photo #4292-48480, Africa, Kenya, Turkana, Man building a Hut
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Stock Photo #4413-165509, Turkana fishermen on the shores of Lake Turkana
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Turkana fishermen on the shores of Lake Turkana
Stock Photo #4272-16276, As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a group of fishermen fish for tilapia with their traditional fishing baskets in the lakes shallow waters. These traditional methods of fishing are now rare because the introduction of small mesh gillnets has resulted in a marked decline of fish stocks close to the shore.
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As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a group of fishermen fish for tilapia with their traditional fishing baskets in the lakes...
As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a group of fishermen fish for tilapia with their traditional fishing baskets in the lakes shallow waters. These traditional methods of fishing are now rare because the introduction of small mesh gillnets has resulted in a marked decline of fish stocks close to the shore.
Stock Photo #4272-16278, With his traditional fishing basket poised, a Turkana fisherman rushes to catch a tilapia in the shallow waters of Lake Turkana. The conical shaped basket, three to four feet wide at the mouth and made from pliable sticks and twisted doum palm fronds, has a small flap at the top of the cone through which trapped fish are removed.
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With his traditional fishing basket poised, a Turkana fisherman rushes to catch a tilapia in the shallow waters of Lake Turka...
With his traditional fishing basket poised, a Turkana fisherman rushes to catch a tilapia in the shallow waters of Lake Turkana. The conical shaped basket, three to four feet wide at the mouth and made from pliable sticks and twisted doum palm fronds, has a small flap at the top of the cone through which trapped fish are removed.
Stock Photo #1899-26071, Four Turkana warriors. Four nearly naked Turkana men wearing headdresses pose for the camera, staffs in hand. British East Africa (Kenya), 1906. Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
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Four Turkana warriors. Four nearly naked Turkana men wearing headdresses pose for the camera, staffs in hand. British East Af...
Four Turkana warriors. Four nearly naked Turkana men wearing headdresses pose for the camera, staffs in hand. British East Africa (Kenya), 1906. Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
Stock Photo #4292-48880, Africa, Kenya: Turkana tribe people
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Stock Photo #4272-16352, The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up, the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.
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The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an o...
The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up, the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.
Stock Photo #4292-48889, Africa, Kenya, Turkana warrior
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Stock Photo #4272-16343, Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song of the Bulls. Each young man will take centre-stage to extol the praises of his favourite ox. He will explain how it came into his possession, its distinguishing traits and with outstretched arms, imitate the shape of its horns.
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Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song o...
Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song of the Bulls. Each young man will take centre-stage to extol the praises of his favourite ox. He will explain how it came into his possession, its distinguishing traits and with outstretched arms, imitate the shape of its horns.
Stock Photo #4272-16275, As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a lone Turkana fisherman sits on his traditional fishing baskets to await the arrival of his companions before fishing the shallow waters for tilapia.
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As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a lone Turkana fisherman sits on his traditional fishing baskets to await the arrival of ...
As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a lone Turkana fisherman sits on his traditional fishing baskets to await the arrival of his companions before fishing the shallow waters for tilapia.
Stock Photo #4292-48434, Africa, Kenya: El Molo tribe fishing and raft
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Stock Photo #4272-16274, As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a group of fishermen set out with their traditional fishing baskets to catch talapia in the lake's shallow waters. These traditional methods of fishing are now rare because the introduction of small mesh gillnets has resulted in a marked decline of fish stocks close to the shore.
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As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a group of fishermen set out with their traditional fishing baskets to catch talapia in t...
As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a group of fishermen set out with their traditional fishing baskets to catch talapia in the lake's shallow waters. These traditional methods of fishing are now rare because the introduction of small mesh gillnets has resulted in a marked decline of fish stocks close to the shore.
Stock Photo #1850-15140, Kenya, Lake Turkana, 'Turkana Tribe, Two Men Standing Outside A Traditional Hut Made From Dry Fan Palm Leaves.'
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Kenya, Lake Turkana, 'Turkana Tribe, Two Men Standing Outside A Traditional Hut Made From Dry Fan Palm Leaves.'
Stock Photo #4272-16345, Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song of the Bulls. Each young man will take centre-stage to extol the praises of his favourite ox. He will explain how it came into his possession, its distinguishing traits and with outstretched arms, imitate the shape of its horns.
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Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song o...
Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song of the Bulls. Each young man will take centre-stage to extol the praises of his favourite ox. He will explain how it came into his possession, its distinguishing traits and with outstretched arms, imitate the shape of its horns.
Stock Photo #4292-48430, Africa, Kenya: Turkana old man
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Stock Photo #1899-25143, A Turkana headdress. Profile portrait of an elderly Turkana warrior, his hair braided and decorated with feathers. He wears an unusual curved hair ornament at the back of his head. Wamba, Kenya, 13 October 1956. Wamba, Rift Valley, Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
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A Turkana headdress. Profile portrait of an elderly Turkana warrior, his hair braided and decorated with feathers. He wears a...
A Turkana headdress. Profile portrait of an elderly Turkana warrior, his hair braided and decorated with feathers. He wears an unusual curved hair ornament at the back of his head. Wamba, Kenya, 13 October 1956. Wamba, Rift Valley, Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
Stock Photo #4292-48873, Africa, Kenya, Turkana dance
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Stock Photo #1783-36755, Kenya, Turkana, View of men and fishing boat in Central Island National Park; Turkana Lake
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Kenya, Turkana, View of men and fishing boat in Central Island National Park; Turkana Lake
Stock Photo #4272-16830, Fishing guide, Colin Burch, holds up a 50 lb Nile Perch caught on a lure. Nile perch are the largest freshwater fish accessible to anglers. The biggest Nile perch on record was caught by local fishermen on Lake Victoria and weighed in at 232 kg.
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Fishing guide, Colin Burch, holds up a 50 lb Nile Perch caught on a lure. Nile perch are the largest freshwater fish accessib...
Fishing guide, Colin Burch, holds up a 50 lb Nile Perch caught on a lure. Nile perch are the largest freshwater fish accessible to anglers. The biggest Nile perch on record was caught by local fishermen on Lake Victoria and weighed in at 232 kg.
Stock Photo #4272-18040, Turkana men fight with rawhide whips and sticks either to settle disputes or to test their courage and ability to withstand pain.
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Turkana men fight with rawhide whips and sticks either to settle disputes or to test their courage and ability to withstand p...
Turkana men fight with rawhide whips and sticks either to settle disputes or to test their courage and ability to withstand pain.
Stock Photo #4292-48504, Africa, Kenya, Turkana, Portrait of a man and a woman
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Stock Photo #4413-169287, El Molo Warrior with dead hippopotamus Lake Turkana Kenya
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Stock Photo #4413-169288, El Molo Warrior with his face painted for a tribal danse
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El Molo Warrior with his face painted for a tribal danse
Stock Photo #4413-165510, Turkana fisherman on the shores of Lake Turkana with a perch
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Turkana fisherman on the shores of Lake Turkana with a perch
Stock Photo #1899-25141, Portrait of a Turkana warrior. A Turkana warrior crouches on the ground. He wears traditional dress including a striking feathered hat and ornate beaded necklace. Wamba, Kenya, 13 October 1956. Wamba, Rift Valley, Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
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Portrait of a Turkana warrior. A Turkana warrior crouches on the ground. He wears traditional dress including a striking feat...
Portrait of a Turkana warrior. A Turkana warrior crouches on the ground. He wears traditional dress including a striking feathered hat and ornate beaded necklace. Wamba, Kenya, 13 October 1956. Wamba, Rift Valley, Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
Stock Photo #4272-16302, A short distance from a homestead and invariably to the east (the direction from which come life, light, and the sun) Turkana elders rest during the heat of the day in the shade of a tree. Every man carries a small wooden stool, which doubles up as a pillow at night.
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A short distance from a homestead and invariably to the east (the direction from which come life, light, and the sun) Turkana...
A short distance from a homestead and invariably to the east (the direction from which come life, light, and the sun) Turkana elders rest during the heat of the day in the shade of a tree. Every man carries a small wooden stool, which doubles up as a pillow at night.
Stock Photo #4413-169286, El Molo Warrior with dead hippopotamus Lake Turkana Kenya
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Stock Photo #4413-169292, El Molo Warriors pulling a dead nile crocodile Lake Turkana
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El Molo Warriors pulling a dead nile crocodile Lake Turkana
Stock Photo #4292-48568, Africa, Kenya, turkana dancers
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Stock Photo #1899-24903, Turkana dancers. Two Turkana men hold hands in the midst of a traditional dance involving both men and women. They wear decorative headbands, a typical feature of Turkana dress. Kenya, 26 November 1955. Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
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Turkana dancers. Two Turkana men hold hands in the midst of a traditional dance involving both men and women. They wear decor...
Turkana dancers. Two Turkana men hold hands in the midst of a traditional dance involving both men and women. They wear decorative headbands, a typical feature of Turkana dress. Kenya, 26 November 1955. Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
Stock Photo #4272-16355, The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up, the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.
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The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an o...
The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up, the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.
Stock Photo #4413-169290, El Molo Warriors stabbing a hippopotamus during a hunt
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El Molo Warriors stabbing a hippopotamus during a hunt
Stock Photo #4272-16821, El Molo fishermen in their dugout canoe on the fringe of the Omo Delta. The El Molo are reputedly Kenya's smallest tribe, a group of nomadic fishermen who fish the Omo delta and Lake turkana.
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El Molo fishermen in their dugout canoe on the fringe of the Omo Delta. The El Molo are reputedly Kenya's smallest tribe, a g...
El Molo fishermen in their dugout canoe on the fringe of the Omo Delta. The El Molo are reputedly Kenya's smallest tribe, a group of nomadic fishermen who fish the Omo delta and Lake turkana.
Stock Photo #3153-781286, africa, kenya, kakuma refugees camp, wedding
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Stock Photo #4292-48902, Africa, Kenya: El Molo tribe fishing and raft
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Africa, Kenya: El Molo tribe fishing and raft
Stock Photo #4272-16273, As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a group of fishermen set out with their traditional fishing baskets to catch talapia in the lake's shallow waters. These traditional methods of fishing are now rare because the introduction of small mesh gillnets has resulted in a marked decline of fish stocks close to the shore.
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As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a group of fishermen set out with their traditional fishing baskets to catch talapia in t...
As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, a group of fishermen set out with their traditional fishing baskets to catch talapia in the lake's shallow waters. These traditional methods of fishing are now rare because the introduction of small mesh gillnets has resulted in a marked decline of fish stocks close to the shore.
Stock Photo #4292-48903, Africa, Kenya: El Molo tribe fishing
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Stock Photo #4272-16303, Two Turkana men in traditional attire relax in the heat of the day under a shady tree. Every man will have a wooden stool, which doubles up as a pillow at night to protect his clay hairdo. Men will never sit on the ground; only women and children are permitted to do so.
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Two Turkana men in traditional attire relax in the heat of the day under a shady tree. Every man will have a wooden stool, wh...
Two Turkana men in traditional attire relax in the heat of the day under a shady tree. Every man will have a wooden stool, which doubles up as a pillow at night to protect his clay hairdo. Men will never sit on the ground; only women and children are permitted to do so.
Stock Photo #4292-48901, Africa, Kenya: El Molo tribe fishing
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Africa, Kenya: El Molo tribe fishing
Stock Photo #4292-48483, Africa, Kenya, Turkana, portrait of a man
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Stock Photo #4272-16354, The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up, the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.
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The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an o...
The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year. If they dry up, the Turkana resort to using the alkaline water of Lake Turkana.
Stock Photo #4413-93120, The last remaining tribal people of the El Molo Tribe
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The last remaining tribal people of the El Molo Tribe
Stock Photo #4292-48473, Africa, Kenya, Turkana dance
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Stock Photo #4272-16277, A lone Turkana fisherman with his traditional fishing basket strikes an impressive pose on the shores of Lake Turkana as he waits the arrival of his companions before fishing the shallow waters for tilapia.
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A lone Turkana fisherman with his traditional fishing basket strikes an impressive pose on the shores of Lake Turkana as he w...
A lone Turkana fisherman with his traditional fishing basket strikes an impressive pose on the shores of Lake Turkana as he waits the arrival of his companions before fishing the shallow waters for tilapia.
Stock Photo #4272-16344, Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. After months of separation, young men and girls gather together during the rains when grass is abundant and life is relatively easy for a while. The Turkana have a rich repertoire of at least twenty dances, most of which are quite energetic.
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Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. After months of separation, young men and girls gather together during the ...
Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. After months of separation, young men and girls gather together during the rains when grass is abundant and life is relatively easy for a while. The Turkana have a rich repertoire of at least twenty dances, most of which are quite energetic.
Stock Photo #4292-48506, Africa, Kenya, Turkana, Portrait of a man
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Stock Photo #1829-71981, Portrait of Turkanan Warrior
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Portrait of Turkanan Warrior
Stock Photo #4272-16346, Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song of the Bulls. Each young man will take centre-stage to extol the praises of his favourite ox. He will explain how it came into his possession, its distinguishing traits and with outstretched arms, imitate the shape of its horns.
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Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song o...
Song is an art form ingrained in Turkana culture. At the end of a dance session, the participants invariably enjoy the Song of the Bulls. Each young man will take centre-stage to extol the praises of his favourite ox. He will explain how it came into his possession, its distinguishing traits and with outstretched arms, imitate the shape of its horns.
Stock Photo #4292-48941, Africa, Kenya, Turkana dance
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Stock Photo #4292-48423, Africa, Kenya, Turkana lake, nomad.
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Africa, Kenya, Turkana lake, nomad.
Stock Photo #4272-16356, The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year.
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The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an o...
The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga (seasonal watercourse) are important to the Turkana and their livestock in an otherwise waterless, rocky region at the southern end of Lake Turkana. In a year of average rainfall, water in the deepest pools will last throughout the year.

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