The Maasai are known for their colourful dresses and can be found near the national parks in the northern parts of Tanzania and the south of Kenya. Today they sometimes life in a half-nomadic lifestyle, which means that boys go to school/ university, use cellphones or work in the cities. Some communities even work in the touristic industry and own hotels or camping sites and earn extra money, by posing and doing the traditional jump-dance in front of big touristic crowds. But there are still communities, which follow the traditional lifestyle and warrior culture, have cattle and goats and trade in traditional ways.
I met this community near Lake Natron and photographed them in the nearby flatland, which surrounded their village.