Traditional Maasai boma (village) in the Mara -- this woman is the chief's wife
Africa | Maasai woman, Selenkay Conservancy, Kenya | © Ariadne Van Zandbergen
Collar - beadwork - worn by the Maasai, Kenya/Tanzania, Africa. These are not only made for sale, but also for use by the people themselves, and part of their tradition. Posted by Tribalartfinder.
Vietnam | Portrait of a Black H’mong hill tribe woman wearing traditional indigo dyed clothing, stood by a wooden house built in a rice
Morani sandal by designer, Leen Samyn. Finely crafted Kenyan leather, with hand-beaded detailing by Maasai women in Tanzania. Available in multiple colors. For sale online in SPRING 2014 on www.tumainitradingco.com Photo - Anoop Singh