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boys from the majority dinka tribe of south sudan — seen here in a wut, or cattle camp — accompany their namesake ox everywhere into adulthood, in the hopes that they will mature with the same strength and beauty. named after their favoured ox in a coming of age ceremony, the boys will thereafter treat the animals as part of their families.photos by angela fisher, carol beckwith and goran tomasevic #artpeople Submit your Artwork and join our artists @ www.artpeople.net

boys from the majority dinka tribe of south sudan — seen here in a wut, or cattle camp — accompany their namesake ox everywhere into adulthood, in the.

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34 Amazingly Beautiful Pictures of the Sudanese Dinka Tribe

Photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher spent over 30 years taking photos of ceremonies, rituals and the daily life of African tribal peoples. These extraordinary images tell the story of the Dinka tribe in Sudan. The Dinka people vary their

The Dinka people of Sudan - photos by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

The Dinka people of Sudan - photos by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Africa | Daily life in a Dinka cattle camp on the west bank of the Nile River just south of Bor, South Sudan. During the dry season this Dinka clan keep their cattle in the riverside camp from late afternoon to mid-morning, when they set them out to graze. In camp they smear both people and cattle with ash from cow dung fires to keep prevent insect bites. | © George Steinmetz

Africa | Daily life in a Dinka cattle camp on the west bank of the Nile River just south of Bor, South Sudan. During the dry season this Dinka clan keep their cattle in the riverside camp from late afternoon to mid-morning, when they set them out to graze. In camp they smear both people and cattle with ash from cow dung fires to keep prevent insect bites. | © George Steinmetz

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Dinka Children in Cattle Camp, South Sudan Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

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