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Namibie Himba - As is customary in Himba culture and climate, a Himba girl of…

PHOTOGRAPHER OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, Jimmy Nelson, and his beautiful project Before They Pass Away.

PHOTOGRAPHER OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, Jimmy Nelson, and his beautiful project Before They Pass Away.

Himba - Namibie Photo : Jimmy Nelson

Les dernières tribus indigènes du monde par le photographe Jimmy Nelson

The Himba are an ancient tribe of tall, slender and statuesque herders. Since the 16th century they have lived in scattered settlements, leading a life that has remained unchanged, surviving war and droughts. The tribal structure helps them live in one of the most extreme environments on earth. (Jimmy Nelson)

The Himba are an ancient tribe of tall, slender and statuesque herders. Since the 16th century they have lived in scattered settlements, leading a life that has remained unchanged, surviving war and droughts. The tribal structure helps them live in one of the most extreme environments on earth. (Jimmy Nelson)

Himba women : ones wearing " leopard cone " shell (conus leopardus ) Southern Angola  : photo by Jaime Ocampo Rangel

Himba women : ones wearing " leopard cone " shell (conus leopardus ) Southern Angola : photo by Jaime Ocampo Rangel

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: HERERO PEOPLE: THE FEARLESS AND WAR-LIKE AFRICAN TRIBE THAT SUFFERED THE WORLD`S FIRST HOLOCAUST AT THE HANDS OF GERMANS

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: HERERO PEOPLE: THE FEARLESS AND WAR-LIKE AFRICAN TRIBE THAT SUFFERED THE WORLD`S FIRST HOLOCAUST AT THE HANDS OF GERMANS

Her name is Peraa Muhenje-The Himba are an ancient indigenous group of tall, slender and statuesque herders. Since the 16th century they have lived in scattered settlements, leading a life that has remained unchanged, surviving war and droughts. The tribal structure helps them live in one of the most extreme environments on earth.

Her name is Peraa Muhenje-The Himba are an ancient indigenous group of tall, slender and statuesque herders. Since the 16th century they have lived in scattered settlements, leading a life that has remained unchanged, surviving war and droughts. The tribal structure helps them live in one of the most extreme environments on earth.

Beauty in Ombivango Village Near Epupa Falls, from the Before They series, Jimmy Nelson

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