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Again from the Karo tribe on the bank of the Omo River, this woman is applying face paint in her hut.

Karo are a small tribe living on the banks of the Omo river. The make a living with subsistence agriculture, augmented with fishing, especially in hard time. Like several of the tribes in that region body painting is common.

f/2.8, ISO400, 160mm, 1/80s

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