Turkana Bride by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Turkana Bride by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Wall trophies. Made by South African artisans, using recycled materials (laundry soap bottles, milk bottle lids etc.)

Wall trophies. Made by South African artisans, using recycled materials (laundry soap bottles, milk bottle lids etc.)

Una “Korea” en el cuerno de Africa…. | eduardorubio.click

Una “Korea” en el cuerno de Africa…. | eduardorubio.click

Resultado de imagen para afar woman

Resultado de imagen para afar woman

Collar de tela africana étnicos con cuerno por paintedthreads2

Ethnic African fabric necklace with horn goddess focal pendant Hand crafted by Painted Threads (Kwanzaa gift idea)

Collar de tela africana étnicos con cuerno por paintedthreads2

Rinoceronte al galope

Rinoceronte al galope

Africa | Bobo Bush Masks. Burkina Faso | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher via www.heidigarrett.com

Africa | Bobo Bush Masks. Burkina Faso | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher via www.heidigarrett.com

Fornasinius_russus  Fornasinius russus is native to an area from Lake Victoria west to the western coast of Africa. The reddish brown color and the unusual horn help identify this rarther rare beetle. Large examples can be almost 7.0 cm long. However, most examples appear to be about 5.5 cm in total length.  The red color will help identify this beetle

Fornasinius_russus Fornasinius russus is native to an area from Lake Victoria west to the western coast of Africa. The reddish brown color and the unusual horn help identify this rarther rare beetle. Large examples can be almost 7.0 cm long. However, most examples appear to be about 5.5 cm in total length. The red color will help identify this beetle

Springbok gazelle with a characteristic habit of leaping (pronking) when disturbed, forming large herds on arid plains in southern Africa. They are in the Bovidae family.

Springbok gazelle with a characteristic habit of leaping (pronking) when disturbed, forming large herds on arid plains in southern Africa. They are in the Bovidae family.

Gorkarabela | el blog de Gorka Castillo: octubre 2011

Gorkarabela | el blog de Gorka Castillo: octubre 2011

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