“Colors, scents, feelings, emotions, we are with a Masai family, the Kipara Lagilala. Women have dark, piercing looks; children scrutinize you.
They live in the middle of the savanna in huts built of dung mixed with mud, branches, and straw.
There are thousands of flies flying into your eyes, your mouth, your nose, your ears. The mothers breastfeed, then milk the cows while the children pasture the cattle.
Children and cattle are their only wealth”.