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A woman from the Banna tribe sells goods at the Dimeka market. Such markets are an important part of life in the Omo Valley.

#Ethiopia   #Banna  
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Wander through the back streets of Axum, and away from the main tourist sites, and you'll find many people curious about your presence, such as these playful children who dearly wanted me to take this photo.

#Ethiopia   #Axum   #children  
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Brightly robed priests leave Bete Medahne Alem after concluding a service. There are many rock churches with similar services in Lalibela. #Ethiopia   #Lalibela  
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Children of the Arbore tribe in the Omo Valley were very distracted when I took their photo. The children are identified by the distinctive hats they sometimes wear. #Ethiopia   #Arbore
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The Gelada Baboon can often be seen on Simien Mountains - but don't get too close! #Ethiopia   #baboon  
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Timkat (the Ethiopian Orthodox Epiphany) is a major celebration in Addis Ababa. it occurs in mid-January. #Ethiopia #AddisAbaba #Timkat
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A friendly Karo woman sits outside her home in the village of Kolcho. #Ethiopia   #Karo  
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Men play draughts / checkers with bottle tops in the village of Omorate in the Omo Valley. #Ethiopia #draughts   #checkers  
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Brightly coloured Karo boy in the Omo Valley. The Karo are the best body painters in the area. #Ethiopia   #Karo  
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Boys lead camels to the market in Axum. #Ethiopia   #Axum   #camel  
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