Overthrown:   Clare Twomey, Collecting the edges. 2011. Red clay dust. Site-specific   project for the Denver Art Museum supported by Jana and Fred Bartlit.   Photo by Jeff Wells. #5

Overthrown: Clare Twomey, Collecting the edges. 2011. Red clay dust. Site-specific project for the Denver Art Museum supported by Jana and Fred Bartlit. Photo by Jeff Wells. #5

 

‘I will not lose my culture. I will never leave my culture. Even if I am given clothes, I will still be a Mursi.’

This picture is available as a greetings card, with all profits going to Survival’s campaigns.Picture © Joey L
Pictures from Ethiopia’s Omo Valley by award-winning photographer Joey L. A massive hydro-electric dam, Gibe III,  is under construction on the Omo. When completed it will destroy a  fragile environment and the livelihoods of the tribes, which are closely  linked to the river and its annual flood.

‘I will not lose my culture. I will never leave my culture. Even if I am given clothes, I will still be a Mursi.’

This picture is available as a greetings card, with all profits going to Survival’s campaigns.
Picture © Joey L

Pictures from Ethiopia’s Omo Valley by award-winning photographer Joey L. A massive hydro-electric dam, Gibe III, is under construction on the Omo. When completed it will destroy a fragile environment and the livelihoods of the tribes, which are closely linked to the river and its annual flood.