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One of my pictures selected by CNN

“8 things you didn’t know you could do with milk” by Thomas Page (October 2, 2015), for CNN is about milk and African uses. From beauty masques and aphrodisiacs, all the way to blood milkshakes, there are some weird and wonderful … Continue reading

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The photographer Neville Hopwood has been again with me in Ethiopia this year. This is one picture of his wonderful work in Omo Valley. These children are Mursi. In Ethiopia, in general, and in Omo Valley, in particular, the colour green is a … Continue reading

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Hamer tribe, my own tribe

Hamer tribe is one of the most known tribes of the Omo Valley. They are very nice and hospitable and it is no wonder that tourists and travelers wanting to meet and photograph They inhabit the territory east of the Omo River … Continue reading

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Bodi tribe, when the big is beautiful

This june Bodi tribe, like every year, celebrates the new year: the Kael. This is really a magical and amazing experience in the South of Omo Valley. “Becoming a fat man is the dream of every Bodi kid”, says the … Continue reading

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The marvellous trip of Neville Hopwood

Neville Hopwood was with me in Ethiopia in August 2013. He is a fantastic photographer and he wanted to take pictures of the tribes. He spent 14 days with me in the south (Omo Valley). You can experience the outcome of … Continue reading

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In Omo Valley with Patrick Bernard

In 2013 Patrick Bernard came to Ethiopia. Patrick Bernard was with me during 14 days. He visited the tribes Mursi, Hamar, Bume, Dasanech, Erbore and Banna. He is interested to help the tribes with different projects now he is ready to … Continue reading

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