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Pastoralist Collection

Background imagePastoralist Collection: A young Pokot warrior with large round earrings. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern

A young Pokot warrior with large round earrings. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language

Background imagePastoralist Collection: Kenya, Chalbi Desert, Kalacha

Kenya, Chalbi Desert, Kalacha. A Gabbra herdsman presents a lonely figure standing under a flat-topped acacia tree on the edge of the Chalbi Desert at sunset

Background imagePastoralist Collection: Camels belonging to the Gabbra are loaded with water

Camels belonging to the Gabbra are loaded with water carriers and attached together in a camel train approach at a water hole on the edge of the Chalbi Desert

Background imagePastoralist Collection: At sunrise

At sunrise, a Samburu warrior leads baggage camels down the Milgis lugga - a wide, sandy seasonal watercourse. Water is never far below the surface of the Milgis

Background imagePastoralist Collection: Nyangatom men their faces and bodies with stylised

Nyangatom men their faces and bodies with stylised patterns using natural pigments obtained from chalk, ochre and crushed rock prior to a dance

Background imagePastoralist Collection: Lake Abbe, on the border of Djibouti and Ethiopia

Lake Abbe, on the border of Djibouti and Ethiopia, is the last in a line of alkaline lakes in which the Awash River dissipates

Background imagePastoralist Collection: Lake Abbe, on the border of Djibouti and Ethiopia

Lake Abbe, on the border of Djibouti and Ethiopia, is the last in a line of alkaline lakes in which the Awash River dissipates

Background imagePastoralist Collection: Lake Abbe, on the border of Djibouti and Ethiopia

Lake Abbe, on the border of Djibouti and Ethiopia, is the last in a line of alkaline lakes in which the Awash River dissipates

Background imagePastoralist Collection: A Turkana man herds his goats in the semi-desert terrain near the southeastern shoreline of Lake

A Turkana man herds his goats in the semi-desert terrain near the southeastern shoreline of Lake Turkana

Background imagePastoralist Collection: The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of

The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. This may take place many years after he marries her

Background imagePastoralist Collection: A striking old Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her

A striking old Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language

Background imagePastoralist Collection: A Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status

A Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language

Background imagePastoralist Collection: A Pokot man wearing typical beaded ornaments of his tribe. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a

A Pokot man wearing typical beaded ornaments of his tribe. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language. Kenya

Background imagePastoralist Collection: An old Pokot woman dancing during an Atelo ceremony. The cow horn container usually contains

An old Pokot woman dancing during an Atelo ceremony. The cow horn container usually contains animal fat

Background imagePastoralist Collection: A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin cape celebrates an Atelo ceremony, spear in hand

A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin cape celebrates an Atelo ceremony, spear in hand. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language

Background imagePastoralist Collection: Two young Datoga boys

Two young Datoga boys. The youngest wears metal bells around his ankles to ensure that he does not wander far from home without his mother or another member of the family hearing him

Background imagePastoralist Collection: A young Datoga boy attired in beads

A young Datoga boy attired in beads. The metal bells worn around his ankles ensure that he does not wander far from home without his mother or another member of the family hearing him

Background imagePastoralist Collection: Mali, Douentza

Mali, Douentza. A Bella woman wearing gold jewellery in her village near Douentza. The Bella are predominantly pastoral people and were once the slaves of the Tuareg of Northern Mali

Background imagePastoralist Collection: Gabbra tribesmen lead their camel train across the Chalbi Desert

Gabbra tribesmen lead their camel train across the Chalbi Desert. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels


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