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  2. devoutfashion:

    Namanga by Osbourne Macharia


    (via triniafrica)

     
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  4. danathur:

    Himba girl. Epupa, Namibia

    (Source: faith-in-humanity, via soltosoul)

     
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  6. itinsightus:

    Shades of Red by elvirick

     
  7. nkisiconcorde-artdocumentary:

    Among the Samburu it is said (by men) that a woman does not have enough beads until her chin is supported by her necklaces. However, in place of the flat collars worn by the southern Maasai, Samburu girls (as you can see) prefer to wear many individual strands of beads. These are often given to them by young warriors as part of the courtship process. However, in theory, only married women can wear strands of blue beads, because blue, being the colour of the sky, symbolizes God.

    source: 

    http://www.johntyman.com/

    (via archoninfinite)

     
  8. (Source: pakse, via disaberger)

     
  9. iseo58:

    Mali

     
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