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Man from Wodaabe ethnic group painting face for Gerewol celebration, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments and sing and parade in fron...
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90839607 Man from Wodaabe ethnic group painting face for Gerewol celebration, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments and sing and parade in fron...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Man from Wodaabe ethnic group,head portrait at night. During Gerewol gathering of different clans women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments and sing and parade in front of the yo...
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90839606 Man from Wodaabe ethnic group,head portrait at night. During Gerewol gathering of different clans women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments and sing and parade in front of the yo...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Men from Wodabee nomadic tribe celebrating Gerewol in which women choose a husband. Men sing and dance after putting on makeup and best clothes. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.
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90839605 Men from Wodabee nomadic tribe celebrating Gerewol in which women choose a husband. Men sing and dance after putting on makeup and best clothes. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Men from Wodaabe nomadic tribe celebrating Gerewol, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments to sing and dance in front of the young wome...
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90839604 Men from Wodaabe nomadic tribe celebrating Gerewol, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments to sing and dance in front of the young wome...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Men from Wodaabe nomadic tribe celebrating Gerewol, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments to sing and dance in front of the young wome...
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90839603 Men from Wodaabe nomadic tribe celebrating Gerewol, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments to sing and dance in front of the young wome...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Three men from Wodaabe nomadic tribe celebrating Gerewol, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments to sing and dance in front of the youn...
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90839602 Three men from Wodaabe nomadic tribe celebrating Gerewol, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments to sing and dance in front of the youn...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Two men from Wodaabe ethnic group dancing and singing with painted faces during Gerewol celebration, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.
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90839601 Two men from Wodaabe ethnic group dancing and singing with painted faces during Gerewol celebration, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Boy from Wodaabe nomadic tribe with painted face, portrait. During Gerewol celebration, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.
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90839600 Boy from Wodaabe nomadic tribe with painted face, portrait. During Gerewol celebration, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Boy from Wodaabe nomadic tribe with painted face, portrait. During Gerewol celebration, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.
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90839599 Boy from Wodaabe nomadic tribe with painted face, portrait. During Gerewol celebration, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Men from Wodaabe nomadic tribe celebrating Gerewol, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments to sing and dance in front of the young wome...
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90839598 Men from Wodaabe nomadic tribe celebrating Gerewol, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments to sing and dance in front of the young wome...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Wodaabe baby girl at Gerewol celebration, traditional scarifications on face. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.
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90839597 Wodaabe baby girl at Gerewol celebration, traditional scarifications on face. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Man from Wodaabe nomadic tribe attending Gerewol festival, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.
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90839596 Man from Wodaabe nomadic tribe attending Gerewol festival, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 2019.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Girl from Wodaabe nomadic tribe with traditional scarifications / markings on face. Attending Gerewol festival, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 201...
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90839595 Girl from Wodaabe nomadic tribe with traditional scarifications / markings on face. Attending Gerewol festival, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Chad, Sahel, Africa. 201...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Man from Wodaabe nomadic tribe painting face for Gerewol celebration, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments and sing and parade in fro...
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90839594 Man from Wodaabe nomadic tribe painting face for Gerewol celebration, a gathering of different clans in which women choose a husband. Men dress in best clothes and ornaments and sing and parade in fro...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Weaver's looms and traditional Peul / Fula fabrics. National Museum, Naiamey, Niger, 2004.
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90731352 Weaver's looms and traditional Peul / Fula fabrics. National Museum, Naiamey, Niger, 2004.© Steve O. Taylor (GHF)
Peul / Fula 'debutantes' at ceremony, Ngarawal Fuduk near Agadez, Niger, 2005.
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90731351 Peul / Fula 'debutantes' at ceremony, Ngarawal Fuduk near Agadez, Niger, 2005.© Steve O. Taylor (GHF)
Portrait of two Peul, Fula men, one wearing sunglasses, at Ngarawal Fuduk near Agadez, Niger, 2005  -  Steve O. Taylor/ npl
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90412463 Portrait of two Peul, Fula men, one wearing sunglasses, at Ngarawal Fuduk near Agadez, Niger, 2005© Steve O. Taylor (GHF) / NPL
Portrait of two Peul, Fula men at Ngarawal Fuduk near Agadez, Niger, 2005  -  Steve O. Taylor/ npl
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90412460 Portrait of two Peul, Fula men at Ngarawal Fuduk near Agadez, Niger, 2005© Steve O. Taylor (GHF) / NPL
Portrait of Peul, Fula man in traditional clothing at Ngarawal, Niger, 2005  -  Steve O. Taylor/ npl
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90412383 Portrait of Peul, Fula man in traditional clothing at Ngarawal, Niger, 2005© Steve O. Taylor (GHF) / NPL
Two men, faces covered, at traditional Peul, Fula ceremony, Ngarawal Fuduk, near Agadez, Niger, 2005  -  Steve O. Taylor/ npl
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90412360 Two men, faces covered, at traditional Peul, Fula ceremony, Ngarawal Fuduk, near Agadez, Niger, 2005© Steve O. Taylor (GHF) / NPL
Portrait of two Peul, Fula men with faces partially covered at Ngarawal Fuduk near Agadez, Niger, 2005  -  Steve O. Taylor/ npl
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90412352 Portrait of two Peul, Fula men with faces partially covered at Ngarawal Fuduk near Agadez, Niger, 2005© Steve O. Taylor (GHF) / NPL
Portrait of Peul, Fula man at Ngarawal, Niger, 2005  -  Steve O. Taylor/ npl
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90412351 Portrait of Peul, Fula man at Ngarawal, Niger, 2005© Steve O. Taylor (GHF) / NPL
A boy runs in the rain in a Bassari village Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383378 A boy runs in the rain in a Bassari village Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Cooking in a cabin without electricity in a small village, Bassari country, east Senegal The Bassari, Fula and Bedik people keep alive their ancient traditions and customs, and UNESCO declared a World...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383207 Cooking in a cabin without electricity in a small village, Bassari country, east Senegal The Bassari, Fula and Bedik people keep alive their ancient traditions and customs, and UNESCO declared a World...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Cooking in a cabin without electricity in a small village, Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Ba...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383206 Cooking in a cabin without electricity in a small village, Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Ba...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
A bassari child holding out hands to collect rainwater, Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassa...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383205 A bassari child holding out hands to collect rainwater, Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassa...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Bassari woman carrying food on her head Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and Bed...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383204 Bassari woman carrying food on her head Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and Bed...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Hand grinding grain in a mortar with small child, Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fu...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383203 Hand grinding grain in a mortar with small child, Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fu...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Bassari village huts and woman carrying bucket on her head Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Ba...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383202 Bassari village huts and woman carrying bucket on her head Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Ba...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Women pounding grain in a mortar by hand, Bassari country, located east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fu...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383201 Women pounding grain in a mortar by hand, Bassari country, located east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fu...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Men working in cotton fields in the landscape Bassari country, located east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383200 Men working in cotton fields in the landscape Bassari country, located east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Cotton fields in the landscape Bassari country, located east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and Bedi...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383199 Cotton fields in the landscape Bassari country, located east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and Bedi...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Sacred stone for Bassari Bassari country, located east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and Bedik peop...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383198 Sacred stone for Bassari Bassari country, located east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and Bedik peop...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
The Mask', the intermediary of the spirits, in a harvest ceremony Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383197 The Mask', the intermediary of the spirits, in a harvest ceremony Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
The Mask', the intermediary of the spirits, in a harvest ceremony Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383196 The Mask', the intermediary of the spirits, in a harvest ceremony Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Bedik village huts, Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and Bedik peoples September...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383195 Bedik village huts, Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and Bedik peoples September...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Bassari woman carrying firewood on her head Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383194 Bassari woman carrying firewood on her head Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
Bassari woman carrying firewood on her head Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and...  -  Enrique Lopez Tapia/ npl
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90383193 Bassari woman carrying firewood on her head Bassari country, east Senegal This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula and...© Enrique Lopez-Tapia / NPL
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