Oldonyo Laro

Somewhere in Africa, at the bottom of a dry river, a blind man plays the guitar and sings songs for the butterfly people. The people, more commonly known as the Sambar tribe, were given this moniker by neighbouring tribes in recognition of the bright colours they incorporate into their adornments. We came across these tribesmen and women during our stay in the Oldonyo Laro ranch in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya. On the day of shooting, our helicopter took off, and immediately crashed and drowned in a lake in the mountains. The songs had an especially healing effect, considering the days events.



Location: Wuaso Ng'iro River, Kenya
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