The word ‘OmuHimba’ refers to a female of the Himba tribe. She is wearing an ‘Erembe' the traditional Himba headpiece that is made of cow or goat leather and is placed on the head when a girl reaches puberty. Himba tribe, northern Namibia, Africa.
Photographed 11 September, 2015 Namibia.
‘OmuHimba' tribal portrait 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:
12” x 8” FINE ART PRINT
24” x 16” FINE ART PRINT (Edition of 100)
43” x 27” LIMITED EDITION PRINT* (5 ONLY, signed + certificate of authenticity. Price increases as editions sell)
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*Measurements refers to paper size which includes approx. 1” white border for framing on the 24” x 16” and a 2" border on the 43” x 27” editions.