Namibia 37-656
Photograph by Tass Thacker

Experience Africa's timelessness with one of our unique sepia style prints. Each of these quadtone prints evokes an ageless feeling--they might have been taken one year ago, or perhaps one hundred years ago.

In northern Namibia we visit the homeland of the nomadic Himba tribe.

Himba women cover their bodies in a paste made from red ochre, sweet smelling herbs, and butterfat. The paste also helps hold together the braids in their hair.

Her hat is made from cow hide. The thick white necklaces are made from seashells.

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