|Film Description:||Reel 9 of 46|
ShotlistCat. Reel 189: 1961: Reel 9: East Africa. Seronera, Mara river, Jan 12-13
Maasai women: Wire coils on legs and ankles.
Bull fence around manyatta.
Rope making: woman chewing fiber.
Woman collecting cow dung by hand (ws).
Cooking fire, "Kitchen" (cu).
Woman with gourd for milk or blood.
Hut: note construction.
Water channel: stake-supported mud.
Coiled wore adornment. (mws).
Ear-rings in distorted ear lobe (cu).
Maasai around land-rover.
Maasai village: general view (ws).
Skin drying in sun.
Wooden cylinder in ear lobe (cu).
Maasai cleaning teeth with chewed stick.
Boy with spears.
Herd of wildebeest, calves (mws).
Giraffe with calves.
Crossing Sandy River into Kenya.
Lion "kill". Zebra, wildebeest nearby.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Kenya, Maasai people, Masai, Seronera, Mara River, Safaris|
|Tags:||Kenya | Maasai people | Mara River | Masai | Safari | Seronera|
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