Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Flesh Tattoos Of A Bodi Woman From Ethopia

From delicate swirls of raised flesh to intricate dotted patterns, the scars that decorate the bodies of Ethiopia's Bodi, Mursi and Surma tribes are elaborate part of local culture and signify everything from beauty to adulthood or even, in some cases, are simply a mark of belonging. Ethiopian tribes as well as the Karamojong in Uganda as well as Nuer men use this form of adornment.

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