A tribeswoman gets her face painted before the beginning of the bull-jumping ceremony.
A Hamer tribeswoman checks out her reflection in the mirror of an NGO vehicle parked at a roadside stop.
This kitchen was really absurdly slow, but had an interesting cast of characters moving by it.
This engaging little cat was greeting passerby in front of its shop.
Gourds are used for all manner of storage in Southern Ethiopia, and almost everyone
carries one with them for water or local beer.
A Blue-Eared Glossy Starling (?) in the rafters of an outdoor eating area.
Looking from the original ground level down to the walkway-level entrance to Bete Medhane Alem (‘Church of the Medicine of the World,’ a name for Christ), the largest church in Lalibela. The pillars have been partially restored with quarried stone.