'Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - February 26, 2004: Portrait of a Mursi woman with traditional face paint, hairstyle, earrings made of tusks and huge lower lip without a plate. The Mursi or Mursu people are the most popular in Ethiopia's Omo Valley. They are well known for their unique lip plates. They are settled around the Omo River and in the Mago National Park. Due to the climate, they move twice a year between the winter and summer months. They herd cattle and grow crops along the banks of the Omo River.'