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British photographer Jimmy Nelson spent three years traveling to remote areas of the world to document the lives of indigenous people. He visited 35 different tribes, nine of them in Africa, like the pictured Karo tribe in Ethiopia.

Niger, West Africa.

Man in ceremonial costume, Niger, West Africa. Beauty of a different kind.

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Tenga : West Africa - Goddess of the earth. The Mossi people believe that Tenga is responsible for the fertility of the land .

A young Karo girl, Ethiopia by Trevor Cole  #world #cultures

Woman of the Karo, Etiopía, Africa

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An African beauty from the Surma tribe in the Omo Valley, Ethiopia ©Eduard Genserek

An African beauty from the Surma tribe in the Omo Valley, Ethiopia ©Eduard Genserek

Nibrguo, Omo River - Tribes - Tribus - World - Monde - Humans - Humains - Faces - Visages

the leo is all in the mind//: Mario Gerth

Africa |  Dassanech child, Omo Valley | © Hector Conesa. This is very like Yolŋu (north-east Arnhemland Australia) body patterns used during ceremonies.

omo walley, ethiopia, august 2011 - adolescent ethnicity posing dassanech, the dassanech decorate their faces with colored dots.

Goroka Tribe - Papua New Guinea

Jimmy Nelson: Goroka Tribe - Papua New Guinea

Painted hands #tribes #ethnic #africa #smile #white #brown

National Geographic Traveler Magazine: 2013 Photo Contest TRAVEL PORTRAITS - Suri Smile - It took a three-day drive in rugged conditions to meet the Suri tribe.

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