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Foto: "Gazelle de Grant (Nanger granti)" poblaciones de gacela de la subvención se distribuye desde el norte de Tanzania al sur de Sudán y Etiopía, y desde la costa de Kenia para el Lago Victoria.  gacelas de Grant se mezclan generalmente alimentadores que tanto navegar y pastar.  Los depredadores más comunes de la gacela de Grant son guepardos y perros salvajes.  Las amenazas más importantes han sido la destrucción del hábitat y la caza.  El estado de la gacela como especie no amenazados…

Foto: "Gazelle de Grant (Nanger granti)" poblaciones de gacela de la subvención se distribuye desde el norte de Tanzania al sur de Sudán y Etiopía, y desde la costa de Kenia para el Lago Victoria. gacelas de Grant se mezclan generalmente alimentadores que tanto navegar y pastar. Los depredadores más comunes de la gacela de Grant son guepardos y perros salvajes. Las amenazas más importantes han sido la destrucción del hábitat y la caza. El estado de la gacela como especie no amenazados…

Africa | Daily life in a Dinka cattle camp on the west bank of the Nile River just south of Bor, South Sudan. During the dry season this Dinka clan keep their cattle in the riverside camp from late afternoon to mid-morning, when they set them out to graze. In camp they smear both people and cattle with ash from cow dung fires to keep prevent insect bites. | © George Steinmetz

Africa | Daily life in a Dinka cattle camp on the west bank of the Nile River just south of Bor, South Sudan. During the dry season this Dinka clan keep their cattle in the riverside camp from late afternoon to mid-morning, when they set them out to graze. In camp they smear both people and cattle with ash from cow dung fires to keep prevent insect bites. | © George Steinmetz

Africa | A Dinka child finds his animals totally absorbing, and spends hours studying their appearance, their behavior, and above all, their color patterns. ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher from the publication "Dinka: Legendary Cattle Keepers of Sudan"

DINKA: Legendary Cattle Keepers of Sudan

The famous and disappearing cattle keepers of Sudan are featured in a new book, Dinka. In our new coffee table series, we feature Angela Fish and Carol Beckwith’s photographs.

Dinka: Legendary Cattle Keepers of Sudan: Angela Fisher, Carol Beckwith

brown - child with ox - Dinka: Legendary Cattle Keepers of Sudan - photography - Angela Fisher, Carol Beckwith

Powerful Photographs Show The Daily Life of The Dinka People Of Southern Sudan

Powerful Photographs Show The Daily Life of The Dinka People Of Southern Sudan

The photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher documented the daily lives of the Dinka people, a fascinating tribe in southern Sudan. The Dinka people are distinctive for their close relationship with cattle, with which they live in perfect harmony.

Tethering at Dusk by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

The photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher documented the daily lives of the Dinka people, a fascinating tribe in southern Sudan. The Dinka people are distinctive for their close relationship with cattle, with which they live in perfect harmony.

Man using a horn instrument while guarding cattle in south sudan. Join us on safari in 2016.

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“Man using a horn instrument while guarding cattle in south sudan. Join us on safari in

Meroe pyramids, Northern Sudan       أهرامات مروي، شمال  #السودان    (By Krystallia Koukouraki)   #sudan #meroe #pyramids #desert #antiquities #camel

Meroe pyramids, Northern Sudan أهرامات مروي، شمال #السودان (By Krystallia Koukouraki) #sudan #meroe #pyramids #desert #antiquities #camel

Simien  Mountains (Ethiopia).  'The Simien  Mountains are one of  the wonders of the natural  world. They’re an important  preserve for some of Ethiopia’s  endemic wildlife, and  sitting amid a troop of tame  gelada monkeys at Sankaber  is an experience you’ll never  forget. This is terrific trekking  territory but also easily accessible  by car.'

Photograph Gelada Family Unit by Clay Wilton on gelada family unit grooming each other in the morning after ascending their sleeping cliffs in Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia.

Harar, Ethiopia reminds me of the color purple     PERHAPS THIS SWATCH  ON THE DOOR HELPS MAKE LIFE LESS DISMAL.....BUT REALLY WHO ARE WE TO SAY THEY ARE NOT COMPLETELY HAPPY WITH THEIR LIFE.....WE SHOULD NOT SURMISE.....ccp

An Ethiopian woman painted her doorway purple and wears a purple hijab to celebrate Purple Hijab Day in Harar, Ethiopia. Muslim and non-Muslims around the globe observe the second Saturday in February as a time for prayer and hosting activities/workshops

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