Photo © Louis Brunet
This is a typical evening at a Maasaï tribe, preparing the goat around the camp fire. They have a very unique way to set the meat on wood pieces, in order to have it cooked very fast. When the meat is ready, they cut it in small pieces and put them in a big container, to share them around. The only part they don't eat are the bones... At the same time, the ancients are telling stories to the youngsters, transmitting their legacy from generations to generations.
Louis Brunet FRANCE
After an 8 years long career in engineering, I decided to go to a more exciting, human and creative job, being a documentary photographer. A choice that I thank everyday, leading me to discover and understand the world, meeting amazing people, and transmitting a vision of life. This is a vision among thousands of others, and that's why I love photography, and photographers. Each of us is able to tell a story in a different way, which is so inspiring...
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