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A hint of a smile - Turmi
A hint of a smile - Turmi

A young boy with a head wrap on his head smiling in the heart of Tumi market town in south-western Ethiopia. Located in the Debub Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities

Street entertainers
Street entertainers

Street entertainers entertain people on the road by walking on sticks and performing several stunts while on them

Priest at St Georges
Priest at St Georges

An Orthodox Christian priest from Ethiopia holding his walking stick

Pots on their head
Pots on their head

Elderly women struggling with big pots full of water on top of their heads

Our way of Life
Our way of Life

Mother and child from Ethiopia adorned in colourful beaded wears as a form of tribal beauty

Mursi tribal girl
Mursi tribal girl

A girl from the Musuri tribe with her face painted carrying a basket on her head. The Mursi are a Nilotic pastoralist ethnic group in Ethiopia.

Mursi tribal woman
Mursi tribal woman

A womanl from the Musuri tribe with her face and body painted. The Mursi are a Nilotic pastoralist ethnic group in Ethiopia. They principally reside in the Debub Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, close to the border with South Sudan.

Nerves before jumping
Nerves before jumping

A Warrior from Ethiopia makes a look that gives the impression that he is about to make a move on something.

Old Hamar man
Old Hamar man

An Old Hamar Man from Ethiopia enjoys a traditional drink inside his Small built hut .The Hamar are an ethnic group that live among the bush covered hills on the eastern side of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia.

Mr Angry the herder
Mr Angry the herder

An elderly herder walks his livestock on a dusty road home after a day of grazing

Monk Lalibela
Monk Lalibela

An Ethiopian Monk standing on a church wall in Lalibea with his rod. Lalibela is a town in Amhara Region, northern Ethiopia famous for monolithic rock-cut churches. The whole of Lalibela offers an exceptional testimony to the medieval and post-medieval civilization of Ethiopia.

Men of the Kara
Men of the Kara

Men from the kara tribe adorned in beaded neck wears and body paint during a ceremony in the village .The tribe of Kara lives on the east bank of the Omo river, across the tribe of Nyangatom

Just before the jump
Just before the jump

Men from the Kara tribe in Ethiopia holding the cows still for a ceremony that involved jumping on top of the bulls . Men from this tribe cannot marry until they have completed a complicated bull jumping ceremony that takes place every year

Kara cool
Kara cool

A young boy from the Kara tribe in Ethiopia wears his hat backwards to look cool. The tribe of Kara lives on the east bank of the Omo river, across the tribe of Nyangatom.

Lalibela priest
Lalibela priest

An Priest on the church window in Lalibea Ethiopia reading his Bible. Lalibela is a town in Amhara Region, northern Ethiopia famous for monolithic rock-cut churches. The whole of Lalibela offers an exceptional testimony to the medieval and post-medieval civilization of Ethiopia.

Let the ceremony commence
Let the ceremony commence

Men and women from the Kara tribe in Ethiopia dancing to commence the Bull jumping ceremony. Men from this tribe cannot marry until they have completed a complicated bull jumping ceremony that takes place every year

Homeward bound
Homeward bound

A young woman walking her livestock home on a dusty road after a day of cutting grass and herding

Hamar village children
Hamar village children

Hamar boys from Ethiopia with tribal haircuts and adorned with colourful neck wear.The Hamar live among the bush covered hills on the eastern side of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia.

Hamar babies
Hamar babies

Two babies from the Hamar tribe in Ethiopia seated on the ground by their Mothers. The Hamar live among the bush covered hills on the eastern side of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia.

Hamar boy, at the market
Hamar boy, at the market

Young Hamar boy adorned with beaded neck wear and a headband at the Market. The Hamar are an ethnic group that live among the bush covered hills on the eastern side of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia.

Girl of the Erbore tribe
Girl of the Erbore tribe

Ethiopian girl adorned with beaded neck wear from the Ebore tribe which is an ethnic group living in southern Ethiopia, near Lake Chew Bahir. The Erbore people exist as pastoralists and have ancestral links to the Konso People.

Go on, smile
Go on, smile

Young boy from Ethiopia with a tribal haircut and adorned with colourful neck wears, leans on a small tree smiling .

Going round in circles
Going round in circles

Young suri girls with face painting s and pierced ears with plates inside. Suri is a traditional local name for a people living in southwestern Ethiopia. They have different traditions to showcase their beauty face painting and ear piercing being one of them

Golden girl
Golden girl

Young Ethiopian girl with dyed red hair adorned in colorful beaded neck wears.

Fine Awassa guy
Fine Awassa guy

Young boy from Awassa Ethiopia leaning on a wooden pole. Hawassa is a city in Ethiopia, on the shores of Lake Awasa in the Great Rift Valley

Fire lighting
Fire lighting

A village woman from Ethiopia adorned in tribal beauty lighting a fire the traditional way without a matchstick or a lighter

From my tukul
From my tukul

Young Ethiopian girl adorned in colorful beaded neck wear just from her tukul which is the name of a traditional Ethiopian hut

Expressionism
Expressionism

A young Ethiopian girl shows off her Traditional decorated face paintings of multiple colours

Entoto prayer
Entoto prayer

Ethiopian girl with a scarf wrapped around her at the Entoto Maryam Church: A place of Prayer.The church is one of three sites on top of Mount Entoto, which also includes a small history museum and the first palace.

Dusty dance floor
Dusty dance floor

Dancers from an Ethiopian tribe dancing in the very dusty dance floor during a ceremony in their village

Dust and dance, Dus
Dust and dance, Dus

Dancers from an Ethiopian tribe dancing on the dust during a traditional ceremony in their village

Dassenech beauty
Dassenech beauty

Young girl from the Dassenech tribe adorned with colourful beaded necklaces and earings. The Daasanach are an ethnic group inhabiting parts of Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan. Their main homeland is in the Debub Omo Zone of the Southern Nation

Dus village dancing
Dus village dancing

Dancers from an Ethiopian tribe dancing on the dust during a traditional ceremony in their village

Darkness and light
Darkness and light

Young Ethiopian girl with blue eyes looking towards the light from the dark

Dancing Welo kids
Dancing Welo kids

Kids from the Welo regional state highland Plateau in Ethiopia dancing and singing with joy.

Ceremonial drinks
Ceremonial drinks

Village men and children in Ethiopia share a ceremonial drink in the jungle

Happy Children Holding Hands
Happy Children Holding Hands

Children in rural Ethiopia hold up their hands in joy against a setting sun.

Children of the Hamar
Children of the Hamar

Sibling from the Hamar tribe in Ethiopia sticking together.The Hamar live among the bush covered hills on the eastern side of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia

Coloured contrasts
Coloured contrasts

A village woman from Ethiopia adorned in tribal beauty in form of face paintings stands at attention around the cooking area

Coming home
Coming home

Young boys from the Dassenech tribe walking home with their livestock after a day of cutting grass and herding. The Daasanach are an ethnic group inhabiting parts of Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan.

Boy from Entoto
Boy from Entoto

A little kid from Entoto with a sad face. Mount Entoto is the highest peak overlooking the city of Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia.

Body art
Body art

Young Suri girl with face paintings and pierced ears with plates inside. Suri is a traditional local name for a people living in southwestern Ethiopia. They have different traditions to showcase their beauty face painting and ear piercing being one of them

Beauty in devotion
Beauty in devotion

Ethiopian girl with a scarf wrapped around her at the Entoto Maryam Church,a place of Prayer where she is devoted.The church is one of three sites on top of Mount Entoto, which also includes a small history museum and the first palace.

Beauty through the fence
Beauty through the fence

Young Boy from the Hamar tribe hide behind a wooden fence. The tribe of Kara lives on the east bank of the Omo river, across the tribe of Nyangatom.

Birds of a feather
Birds of a feather

A chicken vendor with his chickens on display suspended up side down on a stick that he carries on his shoulders.

Beautiful young Hamar girl
Beautiful young Hamar girl

The Hamar are an ethnic group that live among the bush covered hills on the eastern side of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia.

Beauty at Timket
Beauty at Timket

Ethiopian girl with a scarf wrapped around her at the Entoto Maryam Church during the Timket which is the Ethiopian Orthodox celebration of Epiphany.

Beautification
Beautification

A young girl from kara tribe adorned with beaded necklace and bangles beautifying her face with chalk paint. The tribe of Kara lives on the east bank of the Omo river, across the tribe of Nyangatom.

Assured
Assured

young Ethiopian kid squats on the ground barefooted and with a hand stick broom

Always a burden
Always a burden

Elderly women struggling with big pots full of water on top of their heads