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Namibia: Portraits of Herero women by Meeri Koutaniemi

Namibia: Portraits of Herero women by Meeri Koutaniemi (Herero women - Namibia, Botswana and Angola)

From a series of portraits of Herero Women in Namibia. Photo by Meeri Koutaniemi (http://www.meeri.fi/)

iluvsouthernafrica: “ Namibia: Portraits of Herero women by Meeri Koutaniemi ”

Namibia: Portraits of Herero women by Meeri Koutaniemi

Namibia: Portraits of Herero women by Meeri Koutaniemi

From a series of portraits of Herero Women in Namibia. Photo by Meeri Koutaniemi (http://www.meeri.fi/)

afrikanattire: “iluvsouthernafrica: “ Namibia: Portraits of Herero women by Meeri Koutaniemi ” I’ve always found their style of dress interesting.

Herero tribe - Jim Naughton

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timelightbox: “ Photograph by Jim Naughten, courtesy of Klompching Gallery, New York Fifteen years after his first trip to Namibia, photographer Jim Naughten returned to document the Herero tribe — a people whose history and colorful dress has been.

Highlights from 2015 | Kara Rosenlund

Highlights from 2015

Kara Rosenlund - "One more from my travels through Namibia. These two colour pops blooming in the arid desert, like a mirage of glowing happiness!

afrikanattire: “iluvsouthernafrica: “ Namibia: Portraits of Herero women by Meeri Koutaniemi ” I’ve always found their style of dress interesting. It wild to see how different Afrikan groups have been...

afrikanattire: “iluvsouthernafrica: “ Namibia: Portraits of Herero women by Meeri Koutaniemi ” I’ve always found their style of dress interesting. It wild to see how different Afrikan groups have been...

Herero Woman, Namibia, 2007  Photo: Dana Gluckstein

True Grace: A Slideshow Preview of 'Dignity'

Photographer Dana Gluckstein spent decades photographing indigenous peoples around the globe. In celebration of this month’s release of ‘Dignity: In Honor of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,’ we talk to the legendary lenswoman, and ge

Herero woman of Namibia...

The African Women who dress like Victorians

Their remarkable ensembles of the Herero women amidst the hot African environment include heavy voluminous empire line dresses with numerous petticoats and puffy gigot sleeves on the arms, typical of century western fashion.

Charles Fréger.

Charles Fréger, photographer, has been establishing a large series of portraits about several communities in the world.

Herero Genocide - creation.com

The Herero are an ethnic group inhabiting parts of Southern Africa. The majority reside in Namibia, with the remainder found in Botswana and Angola. About members are alive today

Jim Naughten: Hereros

In his arresting portraits of Namibia's Herero Tribes, London based photographer Jim Naughten has brought conflict and costume paradoxically together.

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