Africa | Mursi warrior.  Omo Valley, Ethiopia | © Patrick de WILDE

Face Of Africa - Ethiopia - Omo.Valley - Mursi warrior - By Patrick de Wilde

Africa |  People.  A woman from the Ndebele tribe in South Africa carries a traditional beer container.

A woman from the Ndebele tribe in South Africa carries a traditional beer container. She wears a big necklace and geometric light blue, standing in geometric architecture.

Africa | Image from the National Geographic July 1982 publication 'Dan Tribe. Ivory Coast' © Michael and Aubine Kirtley

kicker-of-elves: “ Dan Tribe Ivory Coast National Geographic July 1982 Michael and Aubine Kirtley ”


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Cultures in Africa, beautiful, what a work of art..

Cultures in Africa, beautiful, what a work of art..

Africa |  The Ndebele are world famous for their colourful and geometric patterns painted on their houses. | ©️ Anke Van Wyk

The Ndebele ART . the ndebele women do this beautiful art work! my Mom is from the Ndebele clan! it is absolutely beautiful

The Maasai women have numerous chores from building the hut, milking the cows, fetching water, & other basic chores. It is obvious to see that the Maasai women are very vital to the growth of the tribe. In present times, the Maasai try to make an income from selling beaded jewellery, masks & carvings to tourists who appreciate their culture.

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

Ndebele mothers of South Africa show off the bold patterns of their traditional blankets.//

Ndebele women showing the bold patterns of their traditonal blankets, in South Africa by United Nations Photo

Steve McCurry, Young Wodaabe Man, Tahoua, Niger, 1986

AFRICA-10015, Young Wodaabe Man, Tahoua, Niger, 1986, NIGER-10003

Steve McCurry, Young Wodaabe Man, Tahoua, Niger, 1986

Beautiful and bright masai jewellery worn by a young masai woman in Kenya

Africa - Masai beads - Kind of look like Native American Indian jewelry, huh? -- [My comment: Addt'l research: Sep 2010 – Women from Kenya's Maasai ethnic group try to transform their traditional beading, targeting the high fashion markets of the west .

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Samburu woman- Kenya By Eric Lafforgue. The Samburu are closely related to the Maasai.

Danse Obie dom bie , Aire Akan  © Viviane fortaillier / unfpa-ci    Photographie du livre "Arts au Féminin en Côte d'Ivoire" publié en 2009 par UNFPA-CI aux éditions du cherche midi    Lauréate du festival du Zanzan, à Bondoukou, édition 2008

Love this glimpse into African culture. A young Ghanaian child doing Akan Adowa dance majestically in her traditional, beautiful and colorful kente apparel.

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