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Africa | Tuareg man dressed for the annual Festival in Niger that marks the end of the rainy season.  His 15 meter long Turban is decorated with silver pieces for the occasion | ©Tages Anzeiger Schweiz/ Reuters.  17th September 2011

Africa | Tuareg man dressed for the annual Festival in Niger that marks the end of the rainy season. His 15 meter long Turban is decorated with silver pieces for the occasion | ©Tages Anzeiger Schweiz/ Reuters. 17th September 2011

Africa | Tuareg man; the higher the social standing of a Tuareg the more concerned he will be to conceal his face on meeting strangers. He will make certain that he does not reveal the tip of his nose, and will often hitch the 'tegalmoust' so high that only his eyes may be seen. | ©Angela Fisher; from her publication "Africa Adorned".

Africa | Tuareg man; the higher the social standing of a Tuareg the more concerned he will be to conceal his face on meeting strangers. He will make certain that he does not reveal the tip of his nose, and will often hitch the 'tegalmoust' so high that only his eyes may be seen. | ©Angela Fisher; from her publication "Africa Adorned".

Fantastische Welten Fantastic Worlds

Fantastische Welten Fantastic Worlds

A Berber woman with her child. Atlas mountains Morocco

A Berber woman with her child. Atlas mountains Morocco

Africa | Tuareg man wearing a traditional 'Amenokal'. Algeria | Photographer Friedrich Schmidt

Africa | Tuareg man wearing a traditional 'Amenokal'. Algeria | Photographer Friedrich Schmidt

✈ Asian people Mongolian woman at cultural event.

✈ Asian people Mongolian woman at cultural event.

Wodaabe man, Niger. Photo by Angela Fisher for National Geographic 1984.

Wodaabe man, Niger. Photo by Angela Fisher for National Geographic 1984.

Janaris third wife  Unlike their husbands, women have the Wodaabe not face paint, but content themselves with decorative scars or tattoos. In their eyes, the strength of a nomad soul reflects the Sahel.

Janaris third wife Unlike their husbands, women have the Wodaabe not face paint, but content themselves with decorative scars or tattoos. In their eyes, the strength of a nomad soul reflects the Sahel.

Tuareg Griot at the Festival au Desert, Essakane, Mali | © Chris Greenwood.   This man is a Griot (also : Jali or Jeli) i.e. a historian, keeper of the mythology of his people, a moral guide and adviser, a community leader, a source of community wisdom.

Tuareg Griot at the Festival au Desert, Essakane, Mali | © Chris Greenwood. This man is a Griot (also : Jali or Jeli) i.e. a historian, keeper of the mythology of his people, a moral guide and adviser, a community leader, a source of community wisdom.

Africa | Kau Nuba Man | © From the 1976 publication: People of Kau - Photography & Text by Leni Reinfenstahl.

Africa | Kau Nuba Man | © From the 1976 publication: People of Kau - Photography & Text by Leni Reinfenstahl.