Erg Chebbi, Morocco (2013) A Berber camel man peers out at sunrise over the dunes of the Sahara.
Gumbane Village, Mozambique (2011) A Mozambican woman walks miles in the blistering sun to fetch water with her young son tied to her back.
Lalibela, Ethiopia (2012) A devout monk peers over the pages of an Orthodox bible.
Omo Valley, Ethiopia (2012) A Hamer tribeswoman and her son participating in a traditional bull jumping ceremony- a rite of passage for boys coming of age. To become a man, a boy must jump over a line of 20 bulls four times without falling. This woman is traditionally dressed in animal skins and rows of necklaces. Her hair has been treated with ochre, clay and butter and then traditionally braided.
Eyasi, Tanzania (2010) A hunter from the Hadzabe Tribe sips water from a dried out riverbed after a successful morning hunt.
Mago National Park, Ethiopia (2012) A traditionally dressed boy of the aggressive Mursi tribe.
Omo Valley, Ethiopia (2012) A Karo Chief decorated in traditional face and body paint worn for ceremonies. The paint is traditionally made from locally found white chalk, yellow mineral rock, red iron ore and black charcoal.
Omo River, Ethiopia (2012) A Karo Tribesman decorated in the traditional face and body paint worn for ceremonies peering out over Ethiopia's hippopotamus and crocodile filled Omo River.
Likoma Island, Malawi (2012) Malawian boys playfully blocking the road.
Lalibela, Ethiopia (2012) An Ethiopian Orthodox Christian monk walking through the maze of Lalibela's 13 rock-hewn churches carved out of mountain tops and connected by Swiss cheese-like tunnels. Though the dating of the churches is not well established, most are thought to have been built during the reign of King Lalibela, during the 12th and 13th centuries.
Omo Valley, Ethiopia (2012) A Hamer tribeswoman beckons to join her at a traditional bull jumping ceremony, a rite of passage for a Hamer boy to become a man. The adolescent boy must disrobe and run naked across the backs of a corralled group of 30 bulls four times without falling.
Omo Valley, Ethiopia (2012) A child of the Hamer tribe releases a yawn while attending a traditional bull jumping ceremony. Just out of sight, women are bludgeoned with sticks to show their devotion to the young men taking part in the ceremony.
Mago National Park, Ethiopia (2012) A clay disc is inserted into a lower lip piercing of Mursi women around the age of 15. The first disc is typically 4 inches in diameter and is gradually increased, sometimes resulting in a span of over 7 inches. Considered a supreme mark of beauty, the size of the disc corresponds to a dowry paid by a potential husband.
Havana, Cuba (2006) A local man walks through the streets of Old Havana.
Omo Valley, Ethiopia (2012) An Ethiopian solider mans his post at a local checkpoint in Ethiopia’s tribal and militant Omo Valley.