Dassanetch woman in caps wig... Ethiopia... by Eric Lafforgue

the Daasanach people collect coke and beer caps in their local bars and make wigs out of them! she's beautiful and she looks happy in this photo.

Malcom X holding a M1 Carbine and peering behind a curtain in response to death threats against him and his family 1964 his paranoia was for good reason.

Malcolm X holding an M1 Carbine and pulling back the curtains to peer out of a window in response to death threats against him and his family, 1964. [281x404]

A photo you will never see in the pages of a gun & ammo magazine, even though these are the self-defense ideals they support: Malcom X holding a Carbine and peering behind a curtain in response to death threats against him and his family 1964

She napped under the same old tree every day. This old tree was her dream tree. Here she escaped to lands far away. Becoming so obsessed with this tree and it's dreams that she couldn't let it go. Coming here more and more. Until one day she dreamt she was no longer human but had become this tree. Smiling she opened her eyes for she knew it was a dream. Then horrified saw her feet rooted to the ground. Her obsession had become complete. When she suddenly became this tree. Ivet H.P. (c)

beauty tree beautiful Awesome dream nature amazing fantasy fairy pagan wicca mother nature tree of life norse fantasy art dryad fairy land magic tree

India - Nagaland

Upper Konyak Naga with typical tattoo at Monyakshu village, India by Retlaw Snellac

Papua New Guinea | Goroka woman.  Traditional culture and beliefs remain strong in Mount Hagen and its surroundings. | ©Jimmy Nelson

Before They Pass Away is a powerful documentary series by photographer Jimmy Nelson featuring dozens of cultures around the world whose people live in seclusion and are at risk of fading away. This is a Goroka in Indonesia.

Trugannini 1866 | Truganini was a woman widely considered to be the last full blood Aboriginal Tasmanian (Palawa) of Australia.

Truganini, often considered to be the last "full blood" Tasmanian Aboriginal woman, who survived British conflict and disease.

#MAASAI #Tanzania

Maasai warrior in Tanzania (photo by Jimmy Nelson from the "Before they pass away" collection)

▶ Women of These Hills - 3 Cultures of Appalachia - 2000 - YouTube

Three Appalachian women in their share their memories of growing up not only as mountain women, but also as Cherokee and Scots-Irish women.

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