The Dani Tribe

  • Photographer
    Han Lin Teh
  • Prize
    Honorable Mention
  • Date of Photograph
    7 August 2016
  • Technical Info
    Sony A7RM2 Full Frame, ISO400, FE70-200mm F4G, Exposure 1/125sec at f/4.0, Focal Lenght 79mm

Dani tribe is the most isolated tribe in Indonesia. The tribes men poses for a portrait in full traditional wear with Koteka, decorative attire including boar tusks in his nose and a flamboyant headdress. Their mostly naked bodies glistening with pig fat used for warmth and styling hair. The Dani, the largest ethnic group in Wamena-Papua, Irian Jaya, lived in circular thatched huts (Honai) and bathed in the river. Dani men wore only penis gourds (koteka). Their tools were the stone axe, bow and arrow, and spear.

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