The word “epic” is thrown around a lot these days to describe art or other media that people like. If you want a good idea of what “epic” really looks like, however, you need to see Desert Breath, a truly epic art installation near the Red Sea in Egypt.
Marriageable young Moroccan women of the region’s dominant tribe, the Ait Hadiddou, are the object of the bridegroom’s haste. They conceal their reputed beauty under heavy capes and spangled headdresses.
A young married Tuareg woman. Tuareg people have traditionally been nomadic, living in northern Africa. They wear dark blue (almost black) robes and the indigo dye stains their skin blue. They've been called the 'Blue People' for this reason.