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Namibia;Kaokoland - Three young girls, their bodies lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wear round white-beaded necklaces, called ombwari, a tradition of all Himba people. Their other neck ornaments, eha, are made of leather decorated with metal studs. Their hair is styled in two plaits, which is customary for girls until adolescence. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia. -- 10-11 Ans 8-9 Ans Afrique Afrique Australe Ages Bijou Cheveux Coiffure Collier Culture De 8 à 12 Ans Démographie Enfant Enfant D'âge Scolaire Féminin Himba Kalahari Kaokoland Kunene Namibie Natte Personnage Personne D'origine Africaine Petite Fille Population Préado Tribu

John Warburton-Lee

Image n° : 758991

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Légende : Namibia;Kaokoland - Three young girls, their bodies lightly smeared with a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs, wear round white-beaded necklaces, called ombwari, a tradition of all Himba people. Their other neck ornaments, eha, are made of leather decorated with metal studs. Their hair is styled in two plaits, which is customary for girls until adolescence. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia. © John Warburton-Lee / Photononstop Photographe : John Warburton-Lee

 Dimensions  
500 x 375 px
(18 x 13 cm, 72dpi)
 Maquette
4960 x 3720 px
(42 x 31 cm, 300dpi)
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