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Fulani Girl, Nigeria

Cultures in Nigeria, Fulani Girl Nigeria NEGRITOS Negro black beauty beautiful afro

Pokot tribe, Africa

Pokot Tribe: the Pokot people live in the West Pokot County and Baringo County of Kenya and in Pokot District of eastern Karamoja region in Uganda. They speak Pökoot, language of the Southern Nilotic language family.

Ethiopia - Mursi Woman

Mursi Woman - Ethiopia by by Carlos Cass, body paint, feathers, beads, and horns.

The Apache Sunrise Ceremony celebrates a girl becoming a woman. Girls prepare for the ritual for six months or more. During the ceremony, which can last four days, the girls sing, pray, run, and dance, often for hours without stopping. Here, a girl from the White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona is blessed with pollen, symbolizing fertility.

fernsandmoss: “ The Apache Sunrise Ceremony celebrates a girl becoming a woman. Girls prepare for the ritual for six months or more. During the ceremony, which can last four days, the girls sing,.

Albino baby girl and her Mwila mother in Angola, by Eric Lafforgue

Albino baby girl and her Mumuhuila tribe mother - Angola This woman was in Hale and came to me, showing a blue cap coming out from her clothes. i first did not understood there was a baby under this cap. Then she opened her clothes to let appear this albi

Samburu woman, Kenya

Tribes of Kenia, Samburu woman.The Samburu are related to the Masai although they live just above the equator where the foothills of Mount Kenya merge into the northern desert and slightly south of Lake Turkana in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya.

Africa | Zulu woman carrying water.

Life is a Balancing Act Zulu woman carrying water, South Africa National Geographic 1984

Carol Beckwith, Dinka tribe, South Sudan!

Dinka Woman Wearing Corset, South Sudan by Photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher - Dinka on photokunst

Krobo Girl, Ghana

the dipo ceremony of the krobo girls in ghana The Krobo are among the oldest and most famous makers of ground-glass beads in Africa.

Africa |  Zulu woman wearing her traditional hat

This Zulu bride wears a flaring red headdress reminiscent of the hairstyle of her ancestors. Traditionally, this headdress was made of her mother's hair. Photo by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

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