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Red Ochre Collection

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Red Ochre Collection: An old Himba woman
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Red Ochre Collection: Africa, Kenya, Kajiado District, Ol doinyo Orok
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Red Ochre Collection: A Msai Warrior watches a hot air balloon float over the Mara plains
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Red Ochre Collection: A Samburu warrior resplendent with long, braided, Ochred hair
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Red Ochre Collection: A Himba youth with his hair styled in a long plait, known as ondatu
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Red Ochre Collection: Two happy Himba girls ride a donkey to market
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Red Ochre Collection: A Himba woman milks a cow in the stock enclosure close to her home
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Red Ochre Collection: Himba women perform the otjiunda dance
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Red Ochre Collection: Africa, Kenya, Kajiado District, Ol doinyo Orok
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Red Ochre Collection: An old Turkana woman wearing all the finery of her tribe
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Red Ochre Collection: Msai warriors draw water from a deep well
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Red Ochre Collection: A Msai warrior
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Red Ochre Collection: A Msai warrior with his long braids and body coated
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Red Ochre Collection: Detail of a Msai warriors ear ornaments and
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Red Ochre Collection: A Msai warrior in full battle cry
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Red Ochre Collection: Kenya, Kajiado, lpartimaro
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Red Ochre Collection: Two Msai warriors in full regalia
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Red Ochre Collection: Samburu warriors
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Red Ochre Collection: A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping
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Red Ochre Collection: Assisted by her husband
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Red Ochre Collection: A Hamar mother and child moving home
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Red Ochre Collection: A Hamar woman is left with bloody wheals
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Red Ochre Collection: Towards the conclusion of a Ngetunogh ceremony, an initiate must put on his mothers jewellery for
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Red Ochre Collection: At the start of a Ngetunogh ceremony, the mothers of Pokot initiates will smear animal fat
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Red Ochre Collection: After 2-3 months seclusion, Pokot initiates leave their camp in single file to celebrate Ngetunogh
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Red Ochre Collection: For two to three months after their circumcision, Pokot boys sing
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Red Ochre Collection: Pokot men, women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony
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Red Ochre Collection: Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony
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Red Ochre Collection: Two young Pokot girls wearing traditional ornaments that denote their unmarried status
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Red Ochre Collection: A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin jumps high in the air surrounded by women to celebrate an
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Red Ochre Collection: A Pokot warrior wearing a cheetah skin jumps high in the air surrounded by young women to
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Red Ochre Collection: A Wa-Arusha warrior carries home a yoke
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Red Ochre Collection: A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre
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Red Ochre Collection: A Msai warrior blows a trumpet fashioned from the
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Red Ochre Collection: A back view of a Msai warrior resplendent with long
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Red Ochre Collection: A month after a Samburu youth has been circumcised
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Red Ochre Collection: A Samburu warrior has his Ochred hair braided by a friend
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Red Ochre Collection: Hamar women dance


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