Kenyan Masai Tribe
In 2011 I visited Kenya and a Masai tribe in the Natural Park in Masai Mara. Their buildings, made of mud and branches, are in a circular fence. Out of this fence there is a little corral for cows.
They are agriculturists and breeders and, if there is not famine, they are self-sufficient. They wear colorful clothes and and a lot of necklaces and bracelets made of colored beads.
When we arrived we were welcomed by the men of the tribe who danced a welcome rhythmic dance out of the fence.
Inside the women sang a devotional song of the tradition.
But the most impressive scene of the visit was a little barefoot Masai child bringing a black and white lamb new-born.
Photo credits: Davide Montalenti.
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