this would be so cool to do on the stairs to the Art Room at school! Staircase by French artist Robert Tatin

Colorful - {Maasai girls by Jim Zuckerman}

kissingrivers: Maasai girls, Maasai Mara National Park, Kenya my mom and i were reading about Maasai people today

Lord, grant hope, joy, and peace to Yemeni women as they realize that Jesus died to take away their shame and rose to clothe them with honor.

Another image purporting to be of Yemeni women and with the same lighting and image quality as the last photo.

Masai Men - Kenya. BelAfrique your personal travel planner -

It's important to note that other cultures understand the importance of the color purple, as well.


Wonderful Tribes of Africa The variety of colour and decoration blows my mind!

Ethiopia. People from the Lower Omo River Valley // Hans Silvester

These are from a book by photographer, Hans Silvester: Natural Fashion, Tribal Decoration from Africa. Published by Thames Hudson. They are from the Surma and Musi tribes of the Omo Valley in East Africa.

KENYA - Tailor

'Nairobi’s reputation precedes it, and not always in the most enticing way. And yet Nairobi is an essential (and very often immensely enjoyable) element of the Kenyan experience. No other city in the world can boast a national park (which

I’m Vlad Cioplea, a photographer from Romania. This autumn I went to Tanzania…

I Spent 20 Days In Tanzania Where I Discovered A Whole New World Of Tribes

O baobá é o nome comum de oito espécies de árvores nativas de Madagascar, existentes na África e na Austrália. Conhecida como árvore-garrafa, ela não apenas se assemelha a uma, mas também consegue guardar em seu interior até 300 litros de água!

10 Plantas muito esquisitas do nosso planeta

Baobab: the common name of a genus (Adansonia) containing eight species of trees, native to Madagascar, mainland Africa and Australia. Also known as the Bottle Tree, the trees typically store around 300 liters of water and often live over 500 years.


The Maasai tribe are closely related to the Samburu but wear flat neck pieces. The are particularly known for their red checked cloth. Nairobi, Kenya by Anne Menke

Guerreiros Samburu, no Quênia, África, fotografados por Jimmy Nelson.  Veja mais em:

Photographer Jimmy Nelson documents the world’s disappearing cultures in his book, Before They Pass Away.