Vignette of A Himba Family
Unlike many tribes around the world, the Himba don't make bread. Instead they use maize meal to make a porridge which forms a part of their staple diet. Aside from this, they eat the meat of their livestock (goats and cattle) and use the milk from both as well. To thank them for their hospitality we brought food with us. Here they are sharing the food whilst the all-seeing eye of the chief (third person from the left) is making sure everybody gets his fair share - – Close to Van ZyL’S Pass, Kaokoland, Namibia.
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