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Woman walking past a tapestry, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. The purple color is almost electric!

Stunning. // street of Harar. Ethiopia by courregesg, via Flickr

An Ethiopian woman painted her doorway purple and wears a purple hijab to celebrate Purple Hijab Day in Harar, Ethiopia. Muslim and non-Muslims around the globe observe the second Saturday in February as a time for prayer and hosting activities/workshops

This is so beautifully captured, Ethiopian lady making injara.

This is so beautifully captured, Ethiopian lady making injara. Cultural dress is good. But the pose is a little different from enjera making pose. What is the other hand busy with?

The basket is used as a table and recipient to keep the food (very spicy, always!).  © Eric Lafforgue  www.ericlafforgue.com

Eric Lafforgue Girl carrying the meal and the table on her head, Ethiopia. The basket is used as a table and recipient to keep the food (very spicy, always!

" Là, tout n'est qu'ordre et beauté" ( Baudelaire, l'Invitation au voyage. ) / Peuple Ndebele. / Ndebele people. / Northeastern South Africa.

This young Ndebele girl wears bead rolls and a tasseled apron that she will discard when she is initiated into adulthood. The Ndebele people are descended from and related to the Bantu-speakers who spread all over Africa from the area of present day Camer

Harar Ethiopia.

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Blue Nile Falls, Ethiopia http://thesitotacollection.com/ #luxury #travel #candles

Portrait Photography Inspiration : Photos and pictures of: Hamer girl Turmi South Omo Valley Ethiopia

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