Samburu, Kenya from Vanishing Tribes - These warriors - kill lions with their bare hands - defending their herds
PHOTOGRAPHER OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE
Namib Desert - Credit: KARI/ESA
This striking view of the Namib Sand Sea in southern Africa was captured by South Korea’s Kompsat-2 satellite on Jan. 7, 2012. The Namib is the world’s oldest desert, and stretches roughly 13,125 square miles (34,000 square kilometers) along Africa’s southwestern coast — from Angola, through Namibia to South Africa.
In the satellite photo, the blue and white area is the Tsauchab, a dry stream bed that only carries water during rare rainfall in the Naukluft Mountains to the east. Black dots of vegetation are concentrated near the river’s main route, and the bright white patches are salt deposits.
The Namib Sand Sea in Namibia was recently inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Images of Kenya -
Photographer - Diego Arroyo is a Spanish art director and passionate photographer based in New York City. Travelling the world, he made wonderful shots during his trip in Kenya.
The Black Heron (Egretta ardesiaca) also known as the Black Egret, is an African heron. It is a medium-sized (42.5–66 cm in height), black-plumaged heron with yellow legs and feet. It is found south of the Sahara Desert, including Madagascar, and prefers shallow open waters, such as the edges of freshwater lakes and ponds.
The law of the jungle - by DANIEL SMITH .
HH: coming through
For a Village Feast - Kavirondo women hauling hippo