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Galerie images portraits, people | Africatracks

Galerie images portraits, people | Africatracks

Samburu - Kenya Photo : Jimmy Nelson

Les dernières tribus indigènes du monde par le photographe Jimmy Nelson

Handmade Quilt Safari African Themed Blanket Zebra Elephant Leopard Animal Print Tribal Throw Quilt

Handmade Quilt Graduation Gift Fathers Day Present Safari African Themed Blanket Zebra Elephant Leopard Animal Print Tribal Throw Quilt

Handmade Quilt Safari African Themed Blanket Zebra Elephant Leopard Animal Print Tribal Throw Quilt

Africa | Necklace from the Maasai people of Kenya.  Several kinds of glass beads, brass rings, chain and bells, animal teeth, nails, string, leather, iron, aluminum. | 425€

Africa | Necklace from the Maasai people of Kenya. Several kinds of glass beads, brass rings, chain and bells, animal teeth, nails, string, leather, iron, aluminum. | 425€

Turkana tribe - Kenya. Turkana tribe is the second largest pastoral community in Kenya. This nomadic community moved to Kenya from Karamojong in eastern Uganda. The Turkana tribe occupies the semi Desert Turkana District in the Rift valley province of Kenya. Like the Maasai and tribes, Turkana people keeps herds of cattle, goats and Camel . Livestock is a very important part of the Turkana people. Their animals are the main source of income and food. However, recurring drought in Turkana…

Turkana tribe is the second largest pastoral community in Kenya. This nomadic community moved to Kenya from Karamojong in eastern Uganda. The Turkana tribe occupies the semi Desert Turkana District in the Rift valley province of Ken

Maasai woman in tradition earrings (each weighing over a pound) signifying that she’s married.

Maasai woman in tradition earrings (each weighing over a pound) signifying that she’s married. // Scanned from a 1954 National Geographic.

Peter Beard in Africa...

Desert Dreamer: Peter Beard working at his bush camp in Kenya

Africa | Storage container from the Kamba people of Kenya; gourd, glass beads, leather | ca. 1904 or earlier

Container (with suspension loop) made of gourd, beads (glass), leather.

The cultural diversity of Africa's people make it an interesting and fascinating place to visit.

The cultural diversity of Africa's people make it an interesting and fascinating place.

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