Beauty and Color: Scenes From Ethiopia | The Omo River

The Omo River flows through low lying hills near the Bele Bridge in Ethiopia, on May 18, 2010. The bridge is one of three places along the Omo River’s 472 mile long length where a road reaches it. After rising in the Semien Hills of Northern Ethiopia the Omo ends its journey in Kenya’s Lake Turkana, the world’s largest desert lake. The Lower Omo Valley is home to many unique indigenous tribal peoples that practice flood retreat cultivation in addition to the raising of cattle and goats

Source: The Atlantic

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