Traditional Maasai boma (village) in the Mara -- this woman is the chief's wife
Africa | Maasai woman, Selenkay Conservancy, Kenya | © Ariadne Van Zandbergen
Vietnam | Portrait of a Black H’mong hill tribe woman wearing traditional indigo dyed clothing, stood by a wooden house built in a rice
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.
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