23 May 3.2.Tanzania-EngarukaVillage_4443
Not far from the Baobob tree was a mother with three small children, again peering down, but their mother hurrying to “shoo” them away. Unlike western children, Maasai girls
and boys have shaved heads, for apparently hair is a sign of assertiveness – and warriors are the only members of the Maasai community to wear long hair, which they weave
in thinly braided strands, dyed red with clay.