Ethiopia’s Omo Valley | Africa’s Last Frontier, National Geographic Magazine: Omo Women Dance

The Ethiopian village of Duss is washed in dust as men and women of the Kara tribe gather for an evening dance. In remote villages, hours away from roads and electricity, celebrations like this provide a shared moment for gossip, courtship, and relaxation. Dances in the Omo River Valley are especially common under a full moon, when the day’s heat breaks and light pours onto the savanna.

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