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Lower Valley of the Omo Gallery

Lower Valley of the Omo, Ethiopia Heritage Sites, Ethiopia (Abyssinia) in Africa

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20086087 Featured Lower Valley of the Omo Print

20086087

ETHIOPIA Lower Omo Valley Key Afir Weekly market Banner woman wearing a necklace know as a Bignere - an metal band with a phallic protuberance to signify that she is a first wife

© Jane Sweeney / Eye Ubiquitous

Region Africa

A Kwego woman grinds sorghum flour at the entrance to her hut Featured Lower Valley of the Omo Print

A Kwego woman grinds sorghum flour at the entrance to her hut

A Kwego woman grinds sorghum flour at the entrance to her hut. The Kwego are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
Ethiopia, Southern Ethiopia, Omo Valley. A Kwego woman

© John Warburton-Lee

Africa, African, Cogigo, Ethiopia, Flour, Gourd, Grind Flour, Grinding Flour, Hut, Indigenous People, Jewellery, Jwl, Kuwego, Kwego, Maize, Neck Lace, Omo Delta, Omo River, Sorghum, Woman

A young Dassanech boy silhouetted against the evening Featured Lower Valley of the Omo Print

A young Dassanech boy silhouetted against the evening

A young Dassanech boy silhouetted against the evening sky at his settlement alongside the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50, 000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pa

© John Warburton-Lee

1 Boy, Adolescent, Africa, African, African Culture, African Tribe, Beaded Jewellery, Beaded Jewelry, Beaded Necklaces, Beads, C Ulture, Changila, Clay, Clay Hairstyle, Contrast, D Usk, Dassanech, Ethiopia, Ethiopian, Ethiopian Culture, Ethiopian Tribe, Evening Sky, Feather, Feathered Headdress, Galeb, Head Dress, In Shadow, Indigenous, Indigenous People, Jewellery, Jewelry, Jwl, Male, Man, Merille, Natural Beauty, Omo Delta, Omo River, Omo Valley, One Boy, Pose, Powerful, Purple, Purples, Shadow, Shadows, Silhouette, Sky, Striking, Sun Set, Traditional Attire, Traditional Clothing, Traditional Culture, Traditional Dress, Tribal, Tribal Attire, Tribal Clothing, Tribal Culture, Tribal Dress, Tribal Hairstyle, Tribal Jewellery, Tribal Jewelry, Tribe, Tribesman, Young