Photo and caption by Hesham Alhumaid / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest --- "in south of Ethiopia i find Karo Tribe in Omo Valley.. alots of children playing together !! making foots together someone set in the center !!" --- Location: Karo Tribe - Omo Valley â Ethiopia
This is the Suri Tribe in Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, one of the most culturally rich tribal regions on the African continent. Inspired by their environment of wild trees, exotic flowers and lush vegetation these tribes use colorful make-up, of bright yellows, startling whites and rich earth-reds created from the clay soil, to become a walking body of art. As a celebration of themselves they paint each other’s bodies and make bold decisions about their outfits motivated by the sheer fun of creating and showing off to other members of the tribe.
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"It's a volcano, but not as we know it. This cerulean eruption takes place in the Danakil Depression, a low-lying plain in Ethiopia. The volcano’s lava is the usual orange-red – the blue comes from flames produced when escaping sulphuric gases burn." More over at: http://buff.ly/U3yVOb
Spotted by the awesome @Cmdr_Hardfield on Twitter with the image credits to the adventurous photographer Olivier Grunewald.
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The country of Ethiopia is known for some of the world’s best coffee-growing regions which provide some of the finest coffee beans known for having a wonderful complexity and a pungent, winey character as well as a distinct wildness in the acidity.
The three main coffee-growing areas of Ethiopia include the southern region known for its wet-processed coffees such as the spicy and fragrant Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee which exhibits a lovely delicate body, sweet taste and floral aromas that often reveal shimmering citrus notes.
Also from the southern region are the Sidamo coffees with an exceptionally rich body and bright aftertaste. To be continued: