Fotos incríveis revelam como vivem as isoladas tribos das savanas da Tanzânia

Todo mundo sabe que a Terra é um planeta cheio de culturas, pessoas e e paixões diferentes. Apaixonado por descobrir esse tipo de coisa, o fotógrafo romeno Vlad Cioplea viajou para a Tanzânia, na África, para fazer imagens de vários povos.

Ciopela passou 20 dias no país para conhecer e fotografar as tribos Maasai, Bushman, e Tatoga. Segundo ele, dormiu na savana cercado por animais selvagens, aprendendo diversas ideologias sobre cada um dos grupos.

Por exemplo: na Maasai, aprendeu que os meninos são circuncidados com 14 anos sendo preparados para ir para a aldeia. Além disso, só comem a carne que conseguirem caçar. Já na Bushman, aprendeu as técnicas de caça e descobriu que a maioria deles comem macacos.

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Another group Cioplea met was the weed-smoking Bushman tribe, who taught the photographer their incredible hunting techniques. Pictured is one of their hunters near Lake Eyasi

A Maasai woman smiling at the 30-year-old photographer. He said the tribes were extremely hospitable, but he had to earn their trust before they would let him take their photo

Adorned in an array of necklaces and with lobes stretched almost to their shoulders, the Maasai people were extremely welcoming to the 30-year-old Romanian. Pictured are Maasai women selling their handcrafts in the village stall

Colourful women and a small child stand out on the golden plains in the Natron Lake Village thanks to their flamboyant outfits and jewellery

Cioplea was deeply impressed with how simple their lives are - with no worries about tomorrow 

A happy young Maasai woman in Lake Natron village, surrounded by jewellery made to sell for a living

The explorer said that the tribal clothes are very colourful and helped to bring his African story to life

The explorer said that the tribal clothes are very colourful and helped to bring his African story to life

Skilled: The bushmen taught the pair how to find wild honey in the trees, and excellent hunting techniques 

In Maasai tribes, boys between seven and 14 years are circumcised and then they have to leave their homes for at least three months to learn how to survive on their own in the wilderness. Pictured is Maria, a Maasai woman from Natron Lake Village

A Maasai woman carries her baby strapped to her with cloth, with a tiny foot poking through the folds

Majestic: A Maasai Hero who goes by the name of Deo sitting on a rock at Lake Natron against with a spectacular backdrop

If you want to be friends with a Bushman, Cioplea says you have to give them a gift of honey or weed

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