Tuareg mounting moody camel. Photographer Alberto Arzoz
The Tuareg People
Niger | 'Cross of Tahoua', from the Tuareg people | Silver | 20th century
jewels | Tuareg
Northwest African prior to gene-flow via Eurasia
Africa | Tuareg woman. Segou, Mali | ©Philippe Rocher / AVSF
The Tuareg | Mali
Tuareg play with light
Tuareg, mali - essakane, Tombouctou The Tuareg are also called the "Blue People" for the indigo dye in the cloth they wrap themselves in seeps into their skin...
Adorn One World
The men of the Tuareg people in North Africa wear a blue turban called a tagelmust, which protects them from the sun and wind-blown sand of the Sahara desert
Color And Culture
Africa | Tuareg girl. Niger | ©Kirsten G.
Adorned | Africa
TUAREG CUSHION SUPPORT, NIGER, elegant sculpted piece, a furnishing found in any upper-class Tuareg's tent, itself a hemisphere shaped of exquisitely woven and embroidered mats.
2,000 Years of Cultural Artifacts
Tuareg with an orange tagelmust, Libya
Indigenous Tribes/Cultures: Beauty in the "I" of the Beholder