A kind and lovely face. The images capture their traditional dress.  Photographer John Kenny  Repinned from Alison Morgan

The many faces of African tribes

Amazing smile from a Rendille woman, North Kenya. Portraits / April 2009 by John Kenny

Stunning portrait by John Kenny - West Africa

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

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As the headmaster I am duty bound to punish whoever resurrected this guy.

South Park Kenny

South Park Kenny<I love how Kenny is just like 'God-wow-just wow- fuck you Stan, I am so insulted right now

Guardian Drawing by Courtney Kenny Porto

"Guardian" by Nebraska artist Courtney Kenny Porto. Leo the Lion. <----- reminds me of the lion in marina

This man is from the Tuareg people in Mali. They are primarily nomads from the Saharan int...

Up close and personal with amazing portraits of African tribespeople

John Kenny This man is from the Tuareg people in Mali. They are primarily nomads from the Saharan interior of North Africa (photo)

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And even though I shouldn't want it I gotta have it. It's you you you!

Philip Michael lester, ypu have to stop making that sexy af fave or else my ovaries will most definitely explode. :*<<<<OH MY GOSH YA NASTY

The far south of Angola: crazy bureaucracy but the reward of encounters with wonderful traditional cultures that are really infrequently visited by outsiders. Beautiful interactions with the Mumuhuila and Muhacaona: some of which you see here.

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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