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A boy runs in the rain in a Bassari village. Bassari country, east Senegal. This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula a...  -  Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / A boy runs in the rain in a Bassari village. Bassari country, east Senegal. This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula a...
Cooking in a cabin without electricity in a small village, Bassari country, east Senegal. This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the B...  -  Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Cooking in a cabin without electricity in a small village, Bassari country, east Senegal. This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the B...
A bassari child holding out hands to collect rainwater, Bassari country,  east Senegal. This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bas...  -  Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / A bassari child holding out hands to collect rainwater, Bassari country, east Senegal. This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bas...
Bassari woman carrying  firewood on her head. Bassari country, east Senegal. This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula...  -  Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Bassari woman carrying firewood on her head. Bassari country, east Senegal. This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari, Fula...
Bedik woman with traditional necklaces and beads.  Bassari country, east Senegal. This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari,...  -  Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Bedik woman with traditional necklaces and beads. Bassari country, east Senegal. This area became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, for cultural landscape and traditions kept by the the Bassari,...