The people of the South Omo of Ethiopia are mostly pastoralist. Their life is attached to their cattle and other pets. They are also known for their decorative life. The following pictures show what the life of these people look like.
French photographer Eric Lafforgue has captured some stunning photography during a trip to rural Ethiopia. While there, he spent time with indigenous tribespeople, catching a glimpse into their culture and way of life for the Lonely Planet.
Neil Thomas took images of Arbore, Dassanech, Hamer, Karo, Mursi and Suri tribes in South Omo, Ethiopia.Pictures of indigenous tribes show how previously untouched groups are being influenced by outside world.