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Papua New Guinea face paint

Mi'kmaq Warrior and Dancer ~ Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada.

A Warrior’s Soul by Dave Brosha “Mi’kmaq warrior and dancer, Danny Boy Stephens, takes a moment to reflect on the shores of the Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada.

tribal // Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea , Highlands, Mount Hagen festival singsing ~ Eric Lafforgue via…

Africa | Woodabe from Chad | © Marie-Laure de Decker.

Africa - Woodabe from Chad © Marie-Laure de Decker.

Portrait of Bomai warrior, Papua New Guinea

Oceania: Portrait of Bomai warrior, Papua New Guinea

Omo Masalai tribe from Simbu / Chimbu  Skeletons tribe, from Papua New Guinea. All the make up of those tribe was made to frighten the ennemies... I imagine that at night, in a forest, this may works well!  Papua New Guinea , Highlands, Mount Hagen festival singsing    © Eric Lafforgue

Omo Masalai tribe from Simbu / Chimbu - All the make up of this tribe was made to frighten the enemies, I imagine that at night, in a forest, this may works well! Mount Hagen festival singsing, Papua New Guinea - Eric Lafforgue

Mayan Face by avilo, via Flickr

Mayan man, Xcaret, Mexico with traditional Mayan facepaint.

Africa | Wagenia men (Enya/Genya people) with their fish-trap construction in the cataracts. Near Kisangani, Congo (Democratic Republic) | ©Maya Bracher.  1970

wagenia men (enya/genya people) with their fish-trap construction in the cataracts. near kisangani, congo (democratic republic), africa, ©maya bracher

Wodaabe man, Niger

portrait of a wodaabe man, Africa

Xingu, Kayapo Indians, Brazil

A Kayapo wearing the distinctive facial painting of his tribe, Brazil

Woman of Wodaabe Tribe. NIger.

Woman of Wodaabe Tribe.

Papua New Guinea | Simbai is the home of the Kalam tribe in the heart of the highlands of Madang. Once a year, the week-long cultural festival, which is normally hosted in the third week of September, features the initiation of young boys by nose piercing (“sutim nus” in tok pidgin). Young boys about 10 to 17 years old go into a “hausboi” (men’s house) to learn about initiation rites from village elders and get their noses pierced. | ©Image and caption Jimmy Nelson

A beautiful photographic collection of remote cultures across the planet. Jimmy Nelson's "Before They Pass Away".

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Omo-tribes-of-Ethiopia Hans Silvester

Papua New Guinea feathers headdress on a melpa woman, Mt Hagen sing sing

Woman from Mt. Hagen, Western Highlands Province, Papua, New Guinea // photo by Eric Lafforgue

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Tribesman smoking - Papua New Guinea - Eric Lafforgue

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