Omo Valley, Ethiopa by Kelly Fogel

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Travel Photos by Kelly Fogel. She has been working on a project since 2010 visiting and photographing the most remote villages and tribes in Africa, Asia & India and has recently been focusing on the tribes of the Omo Valley in Southern Ethiopia. With the introduction of mobile phones and internet in even the most remote corners of the world, she wishes to document the changes of village life as the new technology comes in and connects the planet. Which traditions will continue and which will disappear?








BIO: Kelly Fogel is a Los Angeles based photographer focusing on environmental portraits, wildlife and documentary photography. She recently left a career in the music industry to pursue photography full time.

IG: @KellyFogelphotography


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