I know nothing about tribal cultures, but based on this photo, I would guess this man is a one of those wise, respected tribesmen. His face says it all.
Fiznatty, who took this photo in 2007 in Tanzania, says: “The Hadzabe tribe, made up of several wandering families such as the one we visited, is nomadic. They are hunters who follow their food, and have been living in the region for over 10,000 years. They supposedly shun Western society and “modern” ways. On this day, we got to join them on a morning hunt.”
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