APN26345

R350.00R18,000.00

Wodaabe men examine their appearance in handmirrors at a festival in InGall, near Agadez in Niger on Friday Sept. 26, 2003. The Wodaabe, a nomadic West African tribe, value male beauty and are taught from an early age to look into mirrors to consider their appearance. The Wodaabe men perform a dance, showing off the whiteness of their teeth and eyes, to compete for honour and selection as the most beautiful man by women of the tribe at a festival celebrated at the end of the rainy season. (Photo/Christine Nesbitt)

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