The Himba are an indigenous people living in northern Namibia. They are related to the Herero people. Charles Fréger has devoted a series to the Herero as well.
Ohma, the unofficial chief of the Himba Village. She is probably about 79 years old. She belongs to the Himba people, one of the last semi-nomadic tribes in Africa. Kaovoveld, in the North of Namibia, Africa (Photo by EaglElla)
The Himba are an ancient indigenous group of tall, slender and statuesque herders. Since the century they have lived in scattered settlements, leading a life that has remained unchanged, surviving war and droughts.