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A remarkable photographic celebration of the diverse peoples of Ethiopia. The remarkable portraits gathered here - at times moving and personal, but always arresting - explore the staggering breadth and diversity of Ethiopia's people. From the nomads of the lowland deserts through to the ancient Christian communities of the highlands and to the tribes inhabiting the remote Omo valley, Peoples of Ethiopia is a comprehensive picture of the nation's human heritage. Here manners and customs are frequently little changed since ancient times and we have an intriguing glimpse into a vanishing world. - A beautiful photographic book for anyone with an interest in portraiture - A fascinating study of Ethiopia today - Over 200 previously unpublished images
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Born in the UK in 1978, Robert is a self-taught photographer, based in Blackheath, London. His work focusses on different cultures worldwide and has been published by Lenswork Magazine and the Guardian. He has travelled widely in Africa, Asia and Central America. Robert first visited Ethiopia in 2003 and has returned on many occasions since. He has travelled throughout the country, and loves getting off the beaten track to explore parts little visited by tourists. His photographs focus on the people and their varied cultures. He works in the financial services sector and lives with his wife Jo, his son Laurie and daughter Henrietta.
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