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Portrait Of A Rendille Tribeswoman, Marsabit District, Ngurunit, Kenya © Eric Lafforgue African Tribes, African Women, African Art, Tribal People, Tribal Women, African Culture, African History, Tribal Fashion, African Fashion

Portrait Of A Rendille Tribeswoman, Marsabit District, Ngurunit, Kenya

© Eric Lafforgue www.ericlafforgue.com

flamingo stamps from Kenya Flamingo Gifts, Flamingo Art, Pink Flamingos, Pink Bird, Vintage Stamps, Stamp Collecting, Mail Art, Bird Feathers, Pretty In Pink

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kenia-tanzania - tribes and wildlife

Turkana people in Lokori. Turkana tribe is the second largest pastoral community in Kenya. This nomadic community moved to Kenya from Karamojong in eastern Uganda. The Turkana tribe occupies the semi Desert Turkana District in the Rift valley province of Kenya. Like the Masai and tribes, Turkana people keeps herds of cattle, goats and camel . Livestock is a very important part of the Turkana people. Their animals are the main source of income and food. However, recurring drought in Turkana…

Osborne Macharia: Capturing Isarrat Illarripok Loosarrat is Maasai for Guardians of Isarrat African Culture, African History, African Art, Amazing Photography, Street Photography, Portrait Photography, Happy Photography, Afro, Africa People

ILLARRIPOK LOOSARRAT (GUARDIANS OF ISARRAT)

THE MORANS (WARRIORS AND GUARDIANS OF ISARRAT), A HOMESTEAD COMPRISING OF BETWEEN 20-40 MORANS.

See Stunning Portraits Of The Most Remote Tribes Left On Earth Tribes Of The World, People Around The World, Jimmy Nelson, Tribal People, Beauty Around The World, African Tribes, Cultural Diversity, Rare Photos, World Cultures

See Stunning Portraits Of The Most Remote Tribes Left On Earth

Photographer Jimmy Nelson documents the world’s disappearing cultures in his book, Before They Pass Away.

Visual inspiration: Portraits of warriors, Maasai home keepers and workers from Kenya, captured by Osborne Macharia. Susan Sontag, African Tribes, African Art, African Beauty, Tribal Warrior, Africa People, Tribal People, Black Artwork, African Culture

ILLARRIPOK LOOSARRAT (GUARDIANS OF ISARRAT)

THE MORANS (WARRIORS AND GUARDIANS OF ISARRAT), A HOMESTEAD COMPRISING OF BETWEEN 20-40 MORANS.

Turkana Tribe Woman With Huge Necklaces And Earrings, Turkana Lake, Loiyangalani, Kenya - kolyeler We Are The World, People Of The World, African American Art, African Art, African Beauty, African Women, Kenya, African Face Paint, Africa Tribes

Turkana Tribe Woman With Huge Necklaces And Earrings, Turkana Lake, Loiyangalani, Kenya

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The Samburu TribeMy aim was to spend time with the tribe and capture the essence of the Samburu spirit and soul. Photographing iconic African tribes and the way they express themselves " through movement and da… African Beauty, African Fashion, Kenya, Tanzania, Africa Tribes, Native American Images, American Art, Art Tribal, African Paintings

Gallery - The Tribe

A photographic tribute to Kenya's Samburu people which will have you contacting Africa Geographic to arrange your next safari

Osborne Macharia is an award winning Commercial Photographer / Visual artist from Nairobi, Kenya. Now based in Vancouver, Canada. African Culture, African Art, African Style, Black Art Pictures, Black Artwork, Black Women Art, Black Men, Afro Art, We Are The World

Expressive Portraits by Osborne Macharia | Inspiration Grid

Striking portraits by Osborne Macharia, an independent photographer based in Nairobi, Kenya. More photography via Behance

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Turkana people

Turkana tribe - Kenya - Kenia Turkana tribe is the second largest pastoral community in Kenya. This nomadic community moved to Kenya from Karamojong in eastern Uganda. The Turkana tribe occupies the semi Desert Turkana District in the Rift valley province of Kenya. Like the Maasai and tribes, Turkana people keeps herds of cattle, goats and Camel . Livestock is a very important part of the Turkana people. Their animals are the main source of income and food. However, recurring drought in…

b-sama: “ SIBAHLE Poster Series : A tribute to phenomenal African women An on-going poster series from Zimbabwe-born visual artist Ruramai ‘Rudo’ Musekiwain celebration of this year’s upcoming. Colour Gel Photography, Human Photography, Artistic Photography, Africa People, African Tribes, Black Artwork, Unicorn Art, Poster Series, Contemporary Photographers

mahabis photography // osborne macharia, maasai home keepers

we're amazed by this portrait series by osborne macharia, a compelling depiction of the grace and strength of the maasai home keepers. the role of the maasai culture is to watch over the cattle and protect them from animal and human intruders. they have remained the foremost cattle keepers in...

Stamps showing Scarlet-chested Sunbird Chalcomitra senegalensis, with distribution map showing range Postage Stamp Art, World 2020, Stamp Collecting, African Art, Continents, American Indians, Kenya, National Geographic, Birds

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Lamu is an island off the north coast of Kenya, its an old Swahili trading station, very muslim, and the Masai dont naturally belong there, they only come for the tourists. Love the beadwork though. Beads Jewelry, Tribal Jewelry, Jewellery, Masai Jewelry, African Beads, African Jewelry, African Tribes, African Art, African Style

Masai

Lamu is an island off the north coast of Kenya, its an old Swahili trading station, very muslim, and the Masai dont naturally belong there, they only come for the tourists. Love the beadwork though.