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Northern Kenya Beautiful Photography by John Kenny taken with Africa's remotest tribes. Fine art prints in black and white, also colour, are available to buy in signed, limited editions. Facing Africa: the book is out now

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Wodaabe Women During the Gerewol Festivities (Nigerian African, Niger, Africa) -©Timothy Allen

Cultures

WOW ~ Tibetan man in traditional clothing and jewelry. It is traditional for Tibetan men to wear extravagant jewelry About Face,Anthropological,Faces of the World,Global People & Adornements,People all over the world

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his smile probably means a lot. some people as they get older tend to become grumpy because of life stress, but this mans smile disproves that. Life lines ~ such a cherished expression of pure joy!

Beauty and Bananas (293x440, 121Kb)

Carrying bananas to the market. When these green bananas ripen in a few days they will be yellow

Untitled by Karina Kiel on 500px This is one of the most beautiful portraits I have ever seen!!!

What is sweeter than redheaded siblings? Bellamy Gilmore adores her baby brother, Ethan Broderick. and their YaYa is smitten by their big blue eyes, freckled faces & russet hair. They look like a Renaissance painting;

Culture Photographed --- Africa | Wodaabe (Bororo fulani) from Niger | ©John Kenny, via his facebook page.

This man is a Wodaabe tribe member from Niger who are traditionally nomadic cattle-herders and traders in the Sahel. - This man is a Wodaabe tribe member from Niger who.

Stunning portrait by John Kenny - West Africa (people, portrait, beautiful, photo, picture, amazing, photography, black, man, African)

West African Societies Beautiful Photography by John Kenny taken with Africa's remotest tribes. Fine art prints in black and white, also colour, are available to buy in signed, limited editions. Facing Africa: the book is out now

Africa | 'Mynga' - from the Mumuhuila tribe of Angola | © John Kenny

wonderful work from John Kenny 'Mynga' - from the Mumuhuila tribe of Angola. Notice the 2 shorter hair locks with metal beads close to the face, like ancient priestesses. Her face is reminiscent of the wooden statues of priestesses of Amun.

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