Ethiopia, tribes, Surma, Suri people Boy with Donga stick seen in Bargoba village near Kibish. Here you can see the black and white version of the portrait. Blog: Dietmar Temps, travel blog Website, gallery: Dietmar Temps, photography
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I guess every (street?) photographer carries with him the bitter bag of 'missed photos' – those he, for some reason, did not take (adequately). This beautiful African Queen was, recently added to my bag: What you don't see in the photo is the reason she is holding her hands this way: on her back, tight to her in the traditional way, she carries a cute little girl. If you ask my humble opinion, she is 'a killer' just as she is, but with the baby, the effect would be thousands times bigger. I…
Not all of the 911 precious and iconic treasures promised recognition and protection by UNESCO, (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) could be featured in this gallery, but a selection of the most amazing buildings, ruins and natural wonders are.
Ethiopian Christianity Part 1: The Writing of the Kebra Nagast, Sacred Book of The Lost Ark Of The Covenant
Geography and history mostly isolated the Ethiopian Orthodox Church from the rest of the Christian world until the 20th century. The Ethiopian king converted to Christ in the 4th century, about the same time as the Roman Emperor Constantine. Unlike...
Baptism ceremony. Church of Debre Sina Maryam. Gorgora
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Ethiopia, young girl from the Hamer tribe takes part in a traditional dance in a village near Turmi, Lower Omo Valley View On Black Blog: Dietmar Temps, travel blog Website, gallery: Dietmar Temps, photography
Every eight years under a full moon, a tribe of Karrayyu priests gather in the Methara region, south of Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, for a ceremony to transfer power, this ceremony is named Gada. Five families share and govern the power. In two days, 10,000 people come, mainly by foot to help with the running of the ceremony. Absolutely no tourists are allowed in the proximity. After weeks of negotiation with the tribe’s leader, I managed to obtain access to help at the ceremony. Throughout the…