Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher first met in Kenya in 1978, and have spent the last forty years documenting the lives and beliefs of Africa’s indigenous people, from desert nomads to hunter gatherers, cattle keepers to kings. Crossing Africa by mule train, by camel caravan photo-graphing the lives of nomadic people, they journeyed over 300,000 miles through forty-four countries and recorded 150 African cultures. “We were fortunate to have started our photography in the 1970s. We had the privilege to witness so many of the rich traditional cultures of that time. As the years progressed and the ceremonies we were […]
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