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How awesome is this photo and those horns. Cattle in Africa are revered and are a sign of wealth and are still used to buy wives often called lobola. by smallworlddreams

Compilação notável da criatividade das culturas tradicionais é realizada pelas fotógrafas Carol Beckwith e Angela Fisher, que levaram mais de 30 anos fotografando a vida cotidiana e as cerimônias das diversas etnias africanas, com o qual reuniram um valioso arquivo ao qual tivemos acesso.

extraordinárias fotos da tribo dinkas, no sudão

Compilação notável da criatividade das culturas tradicionais é realizada pelas fotógrafas Carol Beckwith e Angela Fisher, que levaram mais de 30 anos fotografando a vida cotidiana e as cerimônias das diversas etnias africanas, com o qual reuniram um valioso arquivo ao qual tivemos acesso.

Beautiful capture from Sudan by Carol Beckwith and Anglea Fisher. Animals are important members of Dinka (local people) families and essential to their survival.

Dinka children lavish endless care and attention on their animals as they tether them at dusk. From our Book "Dinka"

Tribal People, Tribal Women, African Tribes, African Women, Himba People, African Beauty, Zulu, Forgive, Black Women

extraordinárias fotos da tribo dinkas, no sudão

extraordinárias fotos da tribo dinkas, no sudão

Robed Dinka Elder with Namesake Ox, South Sudan by Photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher - Dinka on photokunst

'Hamar Portrait, Ethiopia' (2012) by photographer Pascal Mannaerts. "The Hamars are a people of East Africa living in southwestern Ethiopia in a fertile area of the Omo Valley. The gracious Hamar women are easily spotted with their characteristic outfits." Image and quote via National Geographic

The Hamars are a people of East Africa living in southwestern Ethiopia in a fertile area of the Omo Valley. The traditional dress code for unmarried Hamar girls includes cowrie-shell collars, glass-beaded necklaces, and decorated goatskin.

Jane Goodall / photo by Hugo Van Lawick: A young girl who loved animals and dreamed of going to Africa and found a way of making that dream come true. Her work changed the way we understand ourselves. (via NatGeo)

Tanzania, A touching moment between primatologist and National Geographic grantee Jane Goodall and young chimpanzee Flint at Tanzania's Gombe Stream Reserve. (Photo by Hugo van Lawick via National Geographic)

DAY OF YOUTH: Muslim girls at the day of the youth on the 11th of February. The girls are walking in a procession to the mayor of the village and are singing about the power of Cameroon. Lagdo, Cameroon. (Photo and caption by Ronnie Dankelman/People/National Geographic Photo Contest)

National Geographic Photo Contest 2011

Muslim girls at the day of the youth on the of February. (Photo by Ronnie Dankelman) National Geographic Photo Contest 2011

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love the blue& yellow next to each other "Elephants on the Masai Mara, Africa. Photo by Marcus and Kate"

vintagenatgeographic:  A vendor peddling wax prints in Lome, Togo National Geographic | June 1994

kr: ugh, I want all of that fabric --vintagenatgeographic: A vendor peddling wax prints in Lome, Togo National Geographic

Leopard, South Africa
Photograph by Madison Hall

Leopard, South Africa Photo: Madison Hall A dew-bathed juvenile leopard takes a peaceful moment atop a fallen tree on a wintery South African morning. His fallen, faded and deep stair downward dares me to him.