American Cohan Zarnoch, 54, has worked and travelled with multiple non-profit organizations over the past 12 years, snapping breathtaking pictures of rural tribes in countries including Ethiopia, Rwanda, Namibia and Morocco.

The mother-of-four explained that her love of photography began when she was just 15 years old after she received her first film camera and it continued into her adulthood.

Check out the DailyMail article (link below), and be sure to go directly to her website. Absolutely breathtaking.

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