The most precious kind of prey to bring home from hunt for San tribe hunters in Namibia is apparently honey. They have been living there for as many as 70.000 years and their life since then hasn’t really changed much until the last century or even today. The hunters mostly hunt for smaller animals, sometimes even kudu, but as we found out, when they find honey, they start to sing happy songs and eat as much of it as they can with their bare hands. I had a great pleasure to witness these kind people when they’re caught off the guard and are so focused on their prey that they don’t care about who’s taking photos. I used Leica M3 and Kodak Tri-X film to take these photos.