Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Men's Hairstyles


Maasai village at Ngorongoro, Tanzania

17 comments:

Sy's Prints said...

stunning shot, your work is so amazing

Jacob said...

One might think they look a bit odd, but I was out and about today and saw some very strange hairdos along with very fine-looking people covered up with ugly blue-black writing and pictures on their skin. Some were covered from head to toe. Now they were really odd!

These Tanzanians appear to be celebrating something - a good hunt, a boy becoming a man?

Barb said...

JM,what a great pic and title....Barb

Siddhartha Joshi said...

interesting indeed :)

Sylvia K said...

I love this shot, JM! So, it's not just us women who're concerned about hair styles!! Marvelous, colorful capture!

Sylvia

Fabien said...

Exceptionnel, ce choix de coiffures, mais aussi de bijoux masculins.

Cezar and Léia said...

They are beautiful ( eu imagino que eles cantam no momento da foto?)!Amazing picture!
Léia

michelangelo in the kitchen said...

The styles goes well with the red wardrobe! Tightly woven to withstand high jumping and running, I suppose. So theatrical!

magda said...

Very impressive photo!
It is very interesting to know different cultures!
Greetings

Halcyon said...

I'm more interested in their jewelry!

Stickup Artist said...

I can hardly imagine how thrilling it must have been to stand where you were in order to take this unique photo! Everything about it is beautiful. I love the lively animated mood and the individual self-expression through hair style, clothing, and adornment.

H A R R Y G O A Z said...

INCREDIBLE !!!

Have a super weekend.

Fotokarusellen said...

This is really a shot. Great, just great! Thanks for sharing.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

You have the most amazing pictures of the most amazing places; thank you for sharing them. We love to travel, but we started too late ;>)

BrandNewStudio said...

Great
Photo

Lynette Killam said...

This is a wonderful shot! I was lucky enough to get to East Africa a few years ago and very much enjoyed visiting a Masai village. Needless to say, I took many photos...thank goodness for digital photography!

Francisca said...

It's the earrings that captured my eye... and the faces, of course.