Professional photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher were put in more than 30 years taking photographs of services, customs and the day by day life of African tribal people groups. These exceptional pictures recount the narrative of the Dinka tribe in Sudan.
These Dinka individuals shift their way of life every season – in the stormy season they live in perpetual savannah settlements and raise grain crops like millet, while in the dry season they group cows along waterways all through their area. Their lives are nearly interwoven with those of their steers – at their transitioning service and the lovely youthful Dinka men are given a bull. via carolbeckwith-angelafisher.com | via boredpanda