The intimate captures of disappearing African tribes by Israeli photographer Dori Caspi will captivate anyone. Not only does his ongoing series, which has spanned over 10 years in which he has embarked on 15 journeys to Namibia, focus on the day-to-day lives of these tribe members, it also lets their personalities shine through. It is clear that Dori Caspi has gained the love and respect of the people he documents.
Dori Caspi elaborates, "My camera was never used as a tool of anthropological or research-like documentation of the tribes’ way of life, but always as an instrument with which I could express my love for its wonderful people, and my admiration of their inner and physical beauty. They had opened their hearts and huts to me and with time, as we shared deeper and intimate relations, they became my second family."