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Africa | Eunoto Cermony ~ Maasai. "Warriors dip their fingers into the wet chalk and draw designs on their bodies.  Some disguise themselves as zebras, others use symbolic patterns to indicate their bravery in having killed a lion or a man" | ©Angela Fisher, Africa Adorned, 1984

Africa | Eunoto Cermony ~ Maasai. "Warriors dip their fingers into the wet chalk and draw designs on their bodies. Some disguise themselves as zebras, others use symbolic patterns to indicate their bravery in having killed a lion or a man" | ©Angela Fisher, Africa Adorned, 1984

Turkana people by Rita Willaert on Flickr -  The Turkana tribe is the second largest pastoral community in Kenya. This nomadic community moved to Kenya from Karamojong in eastern Uganda and occupies the semi Desert Turkana District in the Rift valley province of Kenya. Like the Maasai and tribes, Turkana people keeps herds of cattle, goats and Camel

Turkana people by Rita Willaert on Flickr - The Turkana tribe is the second largest pastoral community in Kenya. This nomadic community moved to Kenya from Karamojong in eastern Uganda and occupies the semi Desert Turkana District in the Rift valley province of Kenya. Like the Maasai and tribes, Turkana people keeps herds of cattle, goats and Camel

Join us on The Shaman Journey at http://pozible.com/theshamanjourney and Repin, like or share!

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Great old film stock use (TMAX400)

Great old film stock use (TMAX400)

Africa | "A Masai woman decorated with spirals and bracelets made of brass, iron and copper wire. Mount Meru, German East Africa." || Scanned postcard published by the Leipzig Mission.--Probably photographed by Emil Müller (1868-1940), a missionary of the Leipzig Mission

Africa | "A Masai woman decorated with spirals and bracelets made of brass, iron and copper wire. Mount Meru, German East Africa." || Scanned postcard published by the Leipzig Mission.--Probably photographed by Emil Müller (1868-1940), a missionary of the Leipzig Mission

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