„Tembu-Familie vor ihrem Kraal“ („Tembu family in front of her kraal“). Seven persons standing, leaning against the wall of a hut. Two women, wearing dresses, draperies and headdresses. One of them, who is also wearing bangles and a necklace, is holding a child in her arms. Left to the women a child wrapped in a drapery, hiding its face in it, leaning on a stick. Right to the women three other children. Two of them wrapped in draperies, one wearing a dress. A bowl put in front of them on the ground. In the foreground on the left side of the picture one can see the shadow of the photographer (Wilhelm Blohm). A bit behind the hut another bowl and a hive of maybe food. Huts and hills in the background.; Wilhelm Friedrich Karl Blohm, born in 1884 in Keffenbrinck (Germany), was a carpenter. In 1911 he married Marie Bürger. He started his missionary work in 1911 in Unyamwezi (East Africa). After being imprisoned by the Belgians from 1916 till 1917 he returned to Germany. From 1922 till 1945 he worked as a missionary in Baziya (South Africa). He died in Baziya in 1945.