Maasai men,spears in hand,drive their laden donkeys across pristine volcanic grassland at the southern end of Lake Natron. Donkeys carry loads in leather panniers strapped loosely to their flanks
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- Maasai pastoralists water their livestock at the seasonal Sanjan River,which rises in the Gol Mountains of northern Tanzania.
- Maasai men,spears in hand,drive their laden donkeys across pristine volcanic grassland at the southern end of Lake Natron. Donkeys carry loads in leather panniers strapped loosely to their flanks.
- A Maasai warrior and a young herdsboy draw water for livestock from the deep wells at Naberera where cattle paths are cut deep into the soil to allow livestock nearer to the source of water.
- A Maasai man,spear in hand,drives his laden donkeys across pristine volcanic grassland at the southern end of Lake Natron. Donkeys carry loads in leather panniers strapped loosely to their flanks.
- A Maasai warrior drives his family's cattle to the Sanjan River in northern Tanzania
- Two Maasai warriors,spears on their shoulders,leave the friable dusty banks of the Sanjan River after watering their cattle.
- Maasai livestock watering at the seasonal Sanjan River,which rises in the Gol Mountains of northern Tanzania.
- In the early morning,a Maasai family drives their livestock across the friable,dusty plains near Malambo in northern Tanzania.
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