Hamer woman during bull jumping ceremony, Turmi, omo valley, Ethiopia by Eric Lafforgue

Hamer woman during bull jumping ceremony, Turmi, omo valley, Ethiopia by Eric Lafforgue

https://flic.kr/p/4UgFHF | Afar Tribe Girl With Big Necklace And Braided Hair, Assaita Danakil, Ethiopia | A young afar girl, not yet married, cos you can see her hair. Later (but not too much), she'll marry her cousin. As many young girls, she may be infibulated...So the wedding night will start with a knife... That's the way some afars still do. The afars live in a triangle between Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti. Few years ago, they asked for independance, and war took place...Now, they…

https://flic.kr/p/4UgFHF | Afar Tribe Girl With Big Necklace And Braided Hair, Assaita Danakil, Ethiopia | A young afar girl, not yet married, cos you can see her hair. Later (but not too much), she'll marry her cousin. As many young girls, she may be infibulated...So the wedding night will start with a knife... That's the way some afars still do. The afars live in a triangle between Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti. Few years ago, they asked for independance, and war took place...Now, they…

Hammer woman, first wife | Omo Valley, Ethiopia - near Turmi

Hammer woman, first wife | Omo Valley, Ethiopia - near Turmi

portrait of a shepherd-debark-simien mountain national park-ethiopia. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

portrait of a shepherd-debark-simien mountain national park-ethiopia. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Afar woman | an ethnic group in the Horn of Africa. The Afar are the native people of Horn Africa.The world "AFAR" means brave society by their language They primarily live in the Afar Region of Ethiopia

Afar woman | an ethnic group in the Horn of Africa. The Afar are the native people of Horn Africa.The world "AFAR" means brave society by their language They primarily live in the Afar Region of Ethiopia

FEATURE: Photographer Mark Gellineau: Capturing The Magic of Personal Growth - AFROPUNK

FEATURE: Photographer Mark Gellineau: Capturing The Magic of Personal Growth - AFROPUNK

From the Tutsi of Rwanda/Burundi. This hair design is called "Amasunzu".  Amasunzu had more than 30 forms and was common among teenagers, the youth and, in some cases, adult men. The style is designed by cutting some of the hair sideways, towards the middle, then leave it to grow.  It was used by the Ancients, and is still used today.

From the Tutsi of Rwanda/Burundi. This hair design is called "Amasunzu". Amasunzu had more than 30 forms and was common among teenagers, the youth and, in some cases, adult men. The style is designed by cutting some of the hair sideways, towards the middle, then leave it to grow. It was used by the Ancients, and is still used today.

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