1. Painted Ethiopian Boys
Many members of tribes in southern Ethiopia have resisted the temptation to move to cities and abandon their cultural traditions. Here, two tribal boys painted for a ceremony wait at a roadside hotel near the Omo Valley.
2. Ethiopian Boy
Most rural Ethiopians are farmers and herders. But in the past few decades, deforestation, drought, and soil degradation have caused crop failures and famine. Millions have faced starvation. Here a young herder outside the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, seeks shade in a tree while his cattle graze nearby.
3. Dallol Volcano
Sulfur, salt, and other minerals color the crater of Dallol, a volcano in the hottest place on Earth, Ethiopia's Danakil Depression. At 157 feet (48 meters) below sea level, Dallol is also the world's lowest land volcano.