'Baby and Ohumba' Tribal Portrait
Portrait of a baby next to its mother's Ohumba. The most iconic piece of jewellery for a married Himba woman is a necklace called ‘ohumba'. Made of metal beads that support a shell, it is a symbol of fertility, and passed down from one generation to the next.
Tribal portrait photographed 11 September, 2015. South Africa.
Baby and Ohumba photo print by Shannon Wild, National Geographic photographer and filmmaker.
Printed using archival inks and fine art paper.
Prints are unframed and shipped rolled.
AVAILABLE IN 3 SIZES AND EDITIONS:
10”x 8” PRINT
20”x 16”PRINT* (Edition of 100)
40”x 27”PRINT* (Edition of 5, signed + certificate of authenticity)
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*Measurements refers to paper size which includes approx. 2” white border for framing on the 20” x 16” and 40” x 27” editions.