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Ethiopia, tribes, Kara people, close-up of the painted face of a young  man in Korcho village. The Karo people in South Omo call themselves 'Kara' which means 'fish'  in their language

Ethiopia, tribes, Kara people, close-up of the painted face of a young man in Korcho village. The Karo people in South Omo call themselves 'Kara' which means 'fish' in their language

Africa |  Dassanech child, Omo Valley | © Hector Conesa. This is very like Yolŋu (north-east Arnhemland Australia) body patterns used during ceremonies.

omo walley, ethiopia, august 2011 - adolescent ethnicity posing dassanech, the dassanech decorate their faces with colored dots.

Beautiful young girl, photo by Cindy J. Wheeler, tribes of the Omo Valley

OMO River EThiopia - Hans Sylvester

“Natural Fashion” People of the Omo Valley, Ethiopia

Joy is everywhere and in everyone... Evie & Adrienne || Sustainable Baby Clothing and Accessories || Made in America || Be The Good || Fertility Awareness || www.evieandadrienne.com

“I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it’s the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It’s probably the most important thing in a person.” - Audrey Hepburn Malawi, Lilongwe ©Art in All of Us/Anthony Asael

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