- Posted May 27, 2012 by
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Your photos from 'Inside Africa'
- Disappearing Cultures. Folk Costumes of Maramures. Romania © Nora De Angelli/ www.noraphotos.com
- Antoni Gaudí’s La Pedrera © Nora De Angelli/ www.noraphotos.com
- Prince Charles's Forests in Autumn. Maramures Part 1 © Nora de Angelli / www.noraphotos.com
- The Fishermen of Negombo, Sri Lanka - A life of Sacrifice © Nora de Angelli / www.noraphotos.com
- The Very Rare Double-Headed Lady's Slipper Orchid (‘Venus' Shoes’) In the Wild © Nora de Angelli / www.noraphotos.com
Maasai Mara People. Kenya & Tanzania. East Africa © Nora de Angelli / www.noraphotos.com
Nomadic people still living in clay huts, drinking the fresh warm blood of their cattle every morning. Their rituals involve shamanistic healing, divination and prophecy while worshiping their God, Enkai. Warriors perform the ceremonial Masai dance Adumu, “the jumping dance” which leads them into a trance while chanting religious songs praising their ancestors.
NgoroNgoro Crater, one of the world’s greatest natural spectacles for its magical setting and for the amazing wild life trapped inside it, is still the home of the local Masai tribes which still maintain their traditional way of life.