Cultures photography The Mursi Many anthropologists consider the Lower Omo Valley, in Ethiopia, to be the cradle of Mankind. Several ethnic groups currently inhabit the region, living in surroundings that seem nearly unchanged from the Bronze Age.
For the Tuareg, the colour blue really does run skin deep. Due to the lack of water in the Sahara, they use powdered indigo to dye their robes. The dye however, has a tendency to bleed onto the skin of its wearer when subjected to desert temperatures.