Surma, Suri tribe, Omo Valley, Southern  Ethiopia, : Stock Photo
Suri,Surma boy in full body paint. As a celebration of themselves they paint each other?s bodies and make bold decisions about their outfits motivated by the sheer fun of creating and showing off to other members of the tribe.


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Surma, Suri tribe, Omo Valley, Southern Ethiopia,

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Piper Mackay
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Suri,Surma boy in full body paint. As a celebration of themselves they paint each other?s bodies and make bold decisions about their outfits motivated by the sheer fun of creating and showing off to other members of the tribe.
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