Image Type:

Collection:

Orientation:

Color Space:

Display images per page:

SuperStock
Search Results


Stock Photos - TURKANA LIVESTOCK (22 results)

Page 1 of 1
Previous Page of Stock Photos

Stock Photo #4272-16350, Turkana women and girls are responsible for watering livestock, which is unusual among pastoral societies. Here, a young girl waters goats from a waterhole dug in the sand of a seasonal watercourse. Her young brother will control the flow of stock to the water trough. In the background, a man digs out another waterhole; they have to been deepened regularly towards the end of the dry season.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
Turkana women and girls are responsible for watering livestock, which is unusual among pastoral societies. Here, a young girl...
Turkana women and girls are responsible for watering livestock, which is unusual among pastoral societies. Here, a young girl waters goats from a waterhole dug in the sand of a seasonal watercourse. Her young brother will control the flow of stock to the water trough. In the background, a man digs out another waterhole; they have to been deepened regularly towards the end of the dry season.
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.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
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.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
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 #1783-36805, Kenya, Portrait of traditionally dressed Turkana women and child; Loyangalani
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
Kenya, Portrait of traditionally dressed Turkana women and child; Loyangalani
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.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
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 #4272-16330, A Turkana herdsboy sneaks a drink of milk from a fat-tailed ewe.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
A Turkana herdsboy sneaks a drink of milk from a fat-tailed ewe.
Stock Photo #4272-18055, Some of the numerous volcanic craters dotting the volcanic ridge, known as The Barrier, that divided Lake Turkana and the Suguta Valley several million years ago.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
Some of the numerous volcanic craters dotting the volcanic ridge, known as The Barrier, that divided Lake Turkana and the Sug...
Some of the numerous volcanic craters dotting the volcanic ridge, known as The Barrier, that divided Lake Turkana and the Suguta Valley several million years ago.
Stock Photo #4272-16265, South of Lake Turkana lies the Suguta Valley, the lowest and one of the most inhospitable place in Kenya. Vegetation is sparse and the area mainly uninhabited except for Turkana herdsmen and their goats. Most of the water there is too saline even for livestock to drink.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
South of Lake Turkana lies the Suguta Valley, the lowest and one of the most inhospitable place in Kenya. Vegetation is spars...
South of Lake Turkana lies the Suguta Valley, the lowest and one of the most inhospitable place in Kenya. Vegetation is sparse and the area mainly uninhabited except for Turkana herdsmen and their goats. Most of the water there is too saline even for livestock to drink.
Stock Photo #4272-18053, A Turkana girl herds goats through inhospitable country at the southern end of Lake Turkana where the only vegetation is found along seasonal water courses.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
A Turkana girl herds goats through inhospitable country at the southern end of Lake Turkana where the only vegetation is foun...
A Turkana girl herds goats through inhospitable country at the southern end of Lake Turkana where the only vegetation is found along seasonal water courses.
Stock Photo #4272-40719, Merti, Northern Kenya. A turban tribesman walks with his goats to find new grazing.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
Merti, Northern Kenya. A turban tribesman walks with his goats to find new grazing.
Stock Photo #4272-16335, The nomadic Turkana move their stock camps frequently in search of better pasture. At the height of the dry season when grazing and water are scarce, they might move every three days.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
The nomadic Turkana move their stock camps frequently in search of better pasture. At the height of the dry season when grazi...
The nomadic Turkana move their stock camps frequently in search of better pasture. At the height of the dry season when grazing and water are scarce, they might move every three days.
Stock Photo #4272-18036, A Turkana boy knocks seed pods from an acacia tree to feed his goats in semi-desert terrain south of Lodwar.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
A Turkana boy knocks seed pods from an acacia tree to feed his goats in semi-desert terrain south of Lodwar.
Stock Photo #4272-16351, The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga are important to the Turkana and their stock 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.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga are important to the Turkana and their stock in an otherwise waterless, rocky r...
The natural rock pools along the Sirima lugga are important to the Turkana and their stock 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.
Stock Photo #4272-16267, The Suguta Valley is a low-lying area of salt pans, mud flats and volcanic cones surrounded by awesome mountain ranges. Once, a part of Lake Turkana, the place is one of the hottest and most unpleasant corners of Kenya, a hell-on-earth where midday temperatures can reach 1400 F in the shade. Nomadic Turkana herdsmen bring their livestock here for salt but they never stay long.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
The Suguta Valley is a low-lying area of salt pans, mud flats and volcanic cones surrounded by awesome mountain ranges. Once,...
The Suguta Valley is a low-lying area of salt pans, mud flats and volcanic cones surrounded by awesome mountain ranges. Once, a part of Lake Turkana, the place is one of the hottest and most unpleasant corners of Kenya, a hell-on-earth where midday temperatures can reach 1400 F in the shade. Nomadic Turkana herdsmen bring their livestock here for salt but they never stay long.
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.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
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 #4272-19151, A Turkana man herds his goats in the semi-desert terrain near the southeastern shoreline of Lake Turkana.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
A Turkana man herds his goats in the semi-desert terrain near the southeastern shoreline of Lake Turkana.
Stock Photo #4272-18057, Turkana goat pens on the volcanic ridge, known as The Barrier; that divided Lake Turkana and the Suguta Valley several million years ago.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
Turkana goat pens on the volcanic ridge, known as The Barrier; that divided Lake Turkana and the Suguta Valley several millio...
Turkana goat pens on the volcanic ridge, known as The Barrier; that divided Lake Turkana and the Suguta Valley several million years ago.
Stock Photo #4272-16349, Turkana women and girls are responsible for watering livestock, which is unusual among pastoral societies. Here, a girl waters cattle from a Waterhole dug in the sand of a seasonal watercourse. The Turkana manipulate the horns of their ox's into perfect symmetry or any whimsical shape that takes the owner's fancy.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
Turkana women and girls are responsible for watering livestock, which is unusual among pastoral societies. Here, a girl water...
Turkana women and girls are responsible for watering livestock, which is unusual among pastoral societies. Here, a girl waters cattle from a Waterhole dug in the sand of a seasonal watercourse. The Turkana manipulate the horns of their ox's into perfect symmetry or any whimsical shape that takes the owner's fancy.
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.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
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 #4272-16287, A view of the treeless, barren country along the southeast shores of Lake Turkana. Lava debris is omnipresent here, making walking a perfect misery. In dry weather, after the seasonal water pans and rock pools have dried up, the Turkana water their livestock at the lake.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
A view of the treeless, barren country along the southeast shores of Lake Turkana. Lava debris is omnipresent here, making wa...
A view of the treeless, barren country along the southeast shores of Lake Turkana. Lava debris is omnipresent here, making walking a perfect misery. In dry weather, after the seasonal water pans and rock pools have dried up, the Turkana water their livestock at the lake.
Stock Photo #4272-18035, A Turkana man herds his goats in the semi-desert terrain near the southeastern shoreline of Lake Turkana.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
A Turkana man herds his goats in the semi-desert terrain near the southeastern shoreline of Lake Turkana.
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.
Product Tooltip Area
Add Image to LightboxAdd Photo to CartRights Managed ImageCalculate Image Price
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.

Page 1 of 1
Previous Page of Stock Pictures


TURKANA LIVESTOCK Stock Photos, TURKANA LIVESTOCK Stock Photography Illustrations