Breathtaking images showcase the intricate floral headdresses and face paint of Ethiopia's Suri tribeswomen.
The photos were taken in the Omo Valley, Ethiopia, by photographer Andrea Angrisani, 37, from Bologna, Italy, who spent three days with the tribe and captured them using a Nikon D850 camera.
Suri people live to the west of the Omo Valley and share a similar language to the Chai and Timaga ethnic groups.
One of the fiercest indigenous tribes in the world, stick fighting and living off the land are the norm for the Suri people, who own large herds of cattle.
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