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Beautiful smile. Arusha, Tanzania. #TuamkenOrphansProject

Beautiful smile. Arusha, Tanzania. #TuamkenOrphansProject

MAASAI TRIBE, a photo from Arusha, Tanzania

MAASAI TRIBE, a photo from Arusha, Tanzania

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Ochre-Painted Maasai Moran, Longido, Arusha, Tanzania

Orphanage in Tanzania. Breaks my heart. I wish I could adopt all the kids :(

Orphanage in Tanzania. Breaks my heart. I wish I could adopt all the kids :(

Masai children, Tanzania by Leora Eger-Dreyfuss

International Color Awards - Judged by the greatest names in photography, publishing & advertising.

Spent 3 days filming in Masai land between Mt. Meru and Mt. Kilimanjaro. Some cool stuff during Masai wedding, inside Masai church, Elementary school and more. Will post videos soon. Here are a few stills. BKS.

Spent 3 days filming in Masai land between Mt. Meru and Mt. Some cool stuff during Masai wedding, inside Masai church, Elementary school and more. Will post videos soon. Here are a few stills.

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12 Weeks, Tanzania, Kenya, Arusha, Volunteers, East Africa, Uganda, Programming, Computer Programming

There are always obstacles along your path... there are also solutions that help you overcome them and move forward.

This young girl was carrying water to her family. In Maji ya Chai, few families have electricity or running water; therefore, to make this collected water potable, it must be boiled over an open flame.

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Close Up of Hippo Herd (Hippopotamus Amphibius), Lake Manyara National Park, Arusha, Tanzania

Close Up of Hippo Herd (Hippopotamus Amphibius), Lake Manyara National Park, Arusha, Tanzania Photographic Print by Lawrence Worcester

Arusha, Tanzania, photograph by Sean Hawkey

Arusha, Tanzania, photograph by Sean Hawkey

Kigongoni Lodge, Arusha, Tanzania

Kigongoni Lodge, Arusha, Tanzania

Hadza tribe, northern Tanzania. Live in the province of Arusha, Singida and Shinyanga near the Lake of Eyasi. Families form small, nomadic groups. Normally move to new location takes place once every 2 weeks. The composition of groups isn't constant, they may be combined or separated. The territories occupied by communities have no clear boundaries, virtually every Hadza may live, hunt and gather food, where desired. Dry season-live in groups of 100-200 people,   rainy season- seperate.

/kaggen in human form might look like this guy with green eyes