Himba Woman - the Himba people are semi-nomads living in Northern Namibia, in the Kunene region (formerly Kaokoland) and on the other side of the Kunene River in Angola.

Himba Woman - the Himba people are semi-nomads living in Northern Namibia, in the Kunene region (formerly Kaokoland) and on the other side of the Kunene River in Angola.

Himba Youth Has His Hair Styled in a Long Plait known as Ondatu Namibia. Photo by Nigel Pavitt

Himba Youth Has His Hair Styled in a Long Plait known as Ondatu Namibia. Photo by Nigel Pavitt

Ohma - the unofficial chief of the Himba Village. Kaovoveld, in the North of Namibia, Africa.

Ohma - the unofficial chief of the Himba Village. Kaovoveld, in the North of Namibia, Africa.

Namibia- the Himba people « Nadler Photography Portfolio: Cultural & Travel Photographs

Namibia- the Himba people « Nadler Photography Portfolio: Cultural & Travel Photographs

Mrs. Mukamuhuvare, Northern Namibia by Obie Oberholzer. Civilisation clash...

Mrs. Mukamuhuvare, Northern Namibia by Obie Oberholzer. Civilisation clash...

African tribes - natural beauty | Red Mud  Himba hairstyle | photo by Gladys || the Himba People are among the oldest surviving group of people on the planet. Even the ancient Egyptians attributed their ancestry tracing back to this humble and beautiful tribe.

African tribes - natural beauty | Red Mud Himba hairstyle | photo by Gladys || the Himba People are among the oldest surviving group of people on the planet. Even the ancient Egyptians attributed their ancestry tracing back to this humble and beautiful tribe.

Babywearing mother from Himba people in northern Namibia (Greg du Toit Blog: Beautiful People).

Souls of Africa, Greg Du Toit

Babywearing mother from Himba people in northern Namibia (Greg du Toit Blog: Beautiful People).

Himba woman in her traditional dress. The pastoral people feel their way of life will be threatened with the building of a dam on the Cunene River in northern Namibia. by Pan-African News Wire File Photos, via Flickr

Himba woman in her traditional dress. The pastoral people feel their way of life will be threatened with the building of a dam on the Cunene River in northern Namibia. by Pan-African News Wire File Photos, via Flickr

Pinterest
Search