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A male member of the Hadza tribe, (Mahia otherwise known as Yasaneda, which translates as 'lots of pot' because of his smoking habits), makes arrow heads out of old nails purchased at one of the surrounding markets. Yaeda Valley, Northern Tanzania. Photo by Greg Funnell, March 2016.
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Greg Funnell 2016
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PROJECT | The Last of the Hadza
A male member of the Hadza tribe, (Mahia otherwise known as Yasaneda, which translates as 'lots of pot' because of his smoking habits), makes arrow heads out of old nails purchased at one of the surrounding markets. Yaeda Valley, Northern Tanzania. Photo by Greg Funnell, March 2016.