Thursday, 3 March 2011

At The Manyatta Door


Ngorongoro, Tanzania

15 comments:

magda said...

Sensational image of another culture!
Greetings
Magda

Cezar and Léia said...

Fantastic shot, you are very very talented with your camera!
Léia

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

The colorful clothing certainly provides a bright contrast to the mud huts. Great image, JM!

Sylvia K said...

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to see another culture "up close and personal"! It's sometimes difficult as I sit here at my desk to truly grasp the fact that this is a picture of reality, not a scene from a movie. I don't think I'm the only one that has trouble grasping the extent of this reality. I do have friends that have volunteered and worked with the people in Tanzania and the stories they tell are amazing. Thank you again, JM!

Sylvia

SKIZO said...

Wonderful
picture

Regina said...

Amazing capture!

joo said...

Fascinating photo!

DeeBee L. said...

Happy family?! Like the facial expression of the child...

Small City Scenes said...

Great photo. MB

Siddhartha Joshi said...

Nice one...it seems the kid has a letter in hand...

Red is so dominant in their clothing!

Danilo said...

Bellissima fotografia, le tribù dell'Africa sono sempre affascinanti

Pooch Purple Reign said...

i love looking at peoples faces. the little dude is so teeny and thin
have a good week
~laura

Halcyon said...

Beautiful people.

Fabien said...

Toujours de superbes portraits, c'est vrai que cette porte est impressionnante

Francisca said...

When I look at how the wealthiest on earth dress (Europeans, North Americans, etc), it looks so lame compared to the regal dress of poor of India, Bangladesh... Tazania... and others.