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Firemaking

The Ju/'hoansi San of Tsumkwe, Namibia still hunt and gather as their ancestors have done for centuries. When I asked this man if he thought it was still important for his grandchildren to learn to make fire, he simply stated, "they already know." Africa African African People Ancient Ancient Civilization Bushman Fire Firemaking Hunter Namibia Namibian People Portrait San Smoke Survival Survival Skills Survivalskill Survivalskills Tradition Traditional Traditional Culture Tribal Tribe Tsumkwe First Eyeem Photo
Light in darkness. Real magic. Stay warm, enjoy the fall. Flintandsteel Flint Firemaking Bushcraft magic outdoors erällä tulukset fire fireworks
Adventures Light A Fire Batoning Wood Bushcraft Bushcraft Knife Campinglife Chop Wood Firebar Fireflint Firemaking Flintstone Hand Holding Human Body Part Human Hand Men Occupation One Person Outdoors Real People Rocks Selective Focus Sparks
Two members of the traditional San-tribe show how to start a fire. Close-up Survival Traditional Shirtless Tattoo Way Of Living Traditional Culture Africa Erongo Fire Firemaking Smoke Fume Handwork San Tribe Natives Native
Adventures Light A Fire Batoning Wood Bushcraft Bushcraft Knife Campinglife Chop Wood Firebar Fireflint Firemaking Flintstone Hand Holding Human Body Part Human Hand Men Occupation One Person Outdoors Real People Rocks Selective Focus Sparks