Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony

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A traditional dabqaad incense burner. Culture of Somalia - Wikipedia Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony, Frankincense Resin, Pottery Workshop, Out Of Africa, Incense Holder, Somali, Incense Burner, Soapstone, Cool Photos

The dabqaad (Somali for "fire raiser"), also known as idin or girgire, is an incense burner, or censer. With either one or two handles, it is commonly used in Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Eritrea.

An Homage to the Artistry of the People of Omo Valley, Southern Ethiopia, Africa. We Are The World, People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, Simply Beautiful, Foto Portrait, Foto Art, Jolie Photo

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Karo woman and her baby (Ethiopia) Eric Lafforgue (Photographer) Amor de madre Eric Lafforgue, We Are The World, People Around The World, Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful World, Beautiful People, Nice People, Jolie Photo, African Culture

Karo woman and her baby Ethiopia

Korcho village, Karo tribe, South Ethiopia. I slept 2 nights in the village, so it was a nice experience to share with the Karo people. The kids are wonderfull, always laughing, playing, running, dancing (like the adults, in a very suggestive way!). I had the chance to see a drinking ceremony, i'll post some pictures later. While the women go to search for water down the hill, the men of the village rest under the men's house in front of the Omo river. © Eric Lafforgue www.ericlafforgue.com

Africa: Arbore women are well know for their long headdresses. The girls shave their heads to indicate virginity, and only start growing hair after marriage, Arbore Tribe, Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia African Tribes, African Women, African Art, We Are The World, People Around The World, Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, Afro, Joey Lawrence

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Photographer Joey Lawrence’s portfolio and director’s reel. Including portraits from Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, Varanasi India, and various commercial assignments.

A typical scene in Konso Village, Southern Ethiopia. Kenya, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Horn Of Africa, Vernacular Architecture, Thinking Day, African Culture, East Africa, People Of The World

Yard, Konso Village, Southern Ethiopia, November 2007

A typical scene in Konso Village, in Sourthern Ethiopia.

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Gorgeous Travel Portraits from Ethiopia

Another dream destination for travel photographers, Ethiopia has been on our list for a photo collection for a while. But while looking through the offerings of some very talented photographers, we realised there was more than enough fodder for a specific collection of incredible portraits taken in this beautiful country. We think you'll enjoy these! Ethiopia by babasteve, on Flickr Harar rain coming (Ethiopia) by Ahron de Leeuw, on Flickr Untitled by T U R K A I R O, on Flickr Ethiopia…

Ethiopian Coptic Priest Reading the Scriptures Interior Decoration Architectural Rock-Hewn Church UNESCO World Heritage Site Lalibela Ethiopia Africa Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony, Ethiopia People, Orthodox Priest, Eritrean, World Religions, Wonderful Images, Black History, Christianity, Beautiful People

Ethiopian Coptic Priest Reading the Scriptures Interior Decoration Architectural Rock-Hewn Church UNESCO World Heritage Site Lalibela Ethiopia Africa

Ethiopia has great ethnic and linguistic diversity, and styles in secular traditional crafts vary greatly in different parts of the country. There are a range of traditions in textiles, many with woven geometric decoration, although many types are also usually plain. Ethiopian church practices make a great deal of use of colourful textiles, and the more elaborate types are widely used as church vestments and as hangings, curtains and wrappings in churches, although they have now largely been…

The rock-hewn churches of Lalibela. Ethiopia They are not called the 'Eighth wonder of the world' for no reason. Seychelles, Madagascar Antananarivo, The Places Youll Go, Places To See, Addis Abeba, Maputo, Cathedral Church, Place Of Worship, Nairobi

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