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    We recently spoke to London-based photographer Jim Naughten about his stunning portrait series of the Herero tribe members of Namibia. How did this series come about? What was your inspiration? “I traveled in Africa after finishing college. I bought an old motorbike and more or less stumbled across Namibia on my journey. It was instantly spellbinding—the extraordinary landscapes, the colorful and varied inhabitants and their surreal and often brutal history. I photographed the same tribe back then with my old film camera but always wanted to return to make a more extended project. I'm fascinated by history and often choose projects that make connections with the past.”


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    Surma woman - Omo Valley, Ethiopia

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    the depth of your soul by *Nishe, via Flickr


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    Logan by Oli McAvoy 2012

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    Little Ingrid Nomad, Sami child early 1900's