Mumuhuila giant necklace - Angola_Eric Lafforgue "Mumuhuila have a strange costum. Usually, i ask the name of the people for my pictures. In Mumuhuila, you must not ask the name of the people, and people won't tell their name inf ront of others. Quiet surprizing and disturbing!" Angolan Woman, Lafforgue Mumuhuila, Tribes Woman, Giant Necklaces, Tribal People, Mumuhuila Giant, Angola Er Lafforgue, Beautiful People, Angola Tribes
Calandula Falls, Malagne, Angola
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Africa | Quedas de Calandula | Calandula Falls. Malange, Angola | © Angola Image Bank by KODILU Photography
Double rainbow at Calandula Water Falls (Kalandula Falls) in the province of Malange on the Lucala river, the most significant tributary to the Kwanza river (Cuanza river). Angola.
Ruacana Falls, Angola, Africa
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Ostriches - ANGOLA
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An Ostrich family in Angola www.visiontravel.ca
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Black Rocks of Pungo Adongo near Malage, Angola
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Monte Luvili, Angola
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Monte Luvili, Angola (reminds me of pride rock lol)
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Luanda, Angola, Not exactly a favorite but how many people can check this off their travel list? http://www.flyabs.com/
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Arco oasis, Angola
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Arco oasis incredible colours - Angola
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Arco Oasis in Angola Photo by Eric Lafforgue
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I must see Africa someday.... it is my passion!
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CAR LIGHTS!! Photo by Kostadin Luchansky for the National Geographic 2010 photo contest. The Serra da Leba Road near Lubango (Huíla, Angola). This is Serra da Leba, a landmark in Angola. A road built in the 70's, it's been in the country's postcard images for decades, but all shots were taken by day. I wanted something different and tried a night shot. But it seemed impossible: pitch dark, foggy, altitude of 1,800m (5,000ft). I wanted no more than 60sec of exposure, max, to avoid digital noise. But a car takes a few minutes to climb or descend this section of the road. The fog was dense and blocking the view! Suddenly the fog cleared, a few cars went down, others went up, they met in the middle in under 60sec... Painting done! (Photo and caption by Kostadin Luchansky) #
Serra da Leba, Lubango, Angola - World Photography Organisation
Mwila tribe - Angola_ Eric Lafforgue_ Mwila women are also famous for their necklaces, which are meaningful as for each period of their life corresponds a specific type of necklace. Young girls wear necklaces, heavy red made with beads covered with a mix of soil land latex. Later girls wear yellow necklaces called, Vikeka, made with wicker covered with earth. When married they start to wear a set of stacked up bead necklaces, called Vilanda. They never take their necklace off .
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Africa | Mwila tribe women backs - Angola | On the left, she is married , she wears the beads necklaces, and on the right, her sister is not yet married, as she wears the big red necklace. | © Eric Lafforgue
The women of the tribe Mwila 2
One of the many african tribes
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colors... Eric Lafforgue - Angola
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Lovely Baby carrier ~ Mukubal Girl Carrying Her Brother in a Dik Dik skin, Angola. Every baby in Mucubal tribe wears this piece of wood and shells in the back, Ombeleketha. It is a kind of talisman the mother puts. Once the baby can walk, they remove it and keep it for the next baby to come!♥
African mother with her baby with it's little Mohawk.
"Attachment Parenting",.. we are finally relearning what mothers in other countries have always known!!