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German photographer, Hans Silvester documents the extraordinary body painting of the Surma and Mursi peoples of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan.

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Karo woman and her baby Ethiopia Korcho village, Karo tribe, South Ethiopia the most beautiful thing. a child and his mother. Such a beautiful picture.

Hans Silvester, Natural Fashion

People from the Omo Valley, Ethiopia by Hans Silvester (German)

A beleza das Tribos Surma e Mursi, uma cultura em perigo, no sul de Etiópia 22

A beleza das Tribos Surma e Mursi, uma cultura em perigo, no sul da Etiópia (42 fotos

Peopleby Hans, Omo Valley People, Fashion People, Omo Peopleby, De L Omo

Karo Woman with Painted Face Ethiopia

Karo Woman, Ethiopia (Relying on nature and trade for what they need, the Karo decorate their bodies to enhance their looks and attract the opposite sex. Here, a woman named Kawo wears face paint that imitates a guinea fowl’s spotted plumage.

Les habitat de la nature, Hans Silvester, A First, March 2013, Page 18, Quadrilaser a Ormes.

Les habitat de la nature, Hans Silvester, A First, March 2013, Page 18, Quadrilaser a Ormes.

Africa | "The painted hair buns of Karo men symbolize their courage and bravery, and often indicate that they have killed a dangerous wild animal or enemy. The gray and white egret feather inserted into the hair bun adds an extra touch of beauty. Ethiopia" | ©Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher; Painted Bodies Collection

"The painted hair buns of Karo men symbolize their courage and bravery, and often indicate that they have killed a dangerous wild animal or enemy. The gray and white egret feather inserted into the hair bun adds an extra touch of beauty.

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