For the Dinka people of southern Sudan, cattle are an all-encompassing way of life.  They serve as currency, food and portable wealth.  Starting at a rather early age, boys are engaged in the care of the cattle; including leading small herds in and out of the villages, like Alian near Bor, for daily grazing.   (image by Will Seberger)
For the Dinka people of southern Sudan, cattle are an all-encompassing way of life. They serve as currency, food and portable wealth. Starting at a rather early age, boys are engaged in the care of the cattle; including leading small herds in and out of the villages, like Alian near Bor, for daily grazing. (taken 11/13/09)
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