The hard work and dedication of photographers carol beck with and Angela fisher is paying off handsomely. Armed with powerful cameras and photography paraphernalia, the duo has been deep inside Africa’s most indigenous tribes for almost 30 years; filming their unique culture, totally unblemished by the western cultures. Their adventure finally landed them to the Dinka tribe, a people based in Sudan who go about their business totally unperturbed by the outside world.
The cameras click to life, revealing people’s
culture revolving around growing grains in the Savannah settlements during the
wet season and herding cattle during the dry seasons. This unique tribe’s
lifestyle revolves around cattle. Young Dinka men are gifted with oxen as a
symbol of transitioning to adulthood. Theirs is a simple lifestyle with simple