Africa | A Surma father tenderly looks after his children. Omo Valley, Ethiopia, 1996. | ©Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher. Publication "African Ceremonies"
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Surma people, Omo Valley, Ethiopia by Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
Surma Father with His Children (1996) por Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
Africa | A Surma father tenderly looks after his children. Omo Valley, Ethiopia, 1996. | ©Carol Beckwith Angela Fisher. Publication "African Ceremonies"
Africa | A Surma father tenderly looks after his children. Omo Valley, Ethiopia, 1996. | ©Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher. Publication "African Ceremonies" #world #cultures
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Medieval Portal, Toledo, Spain – Amazing Pictures - Amazing Travel Pictures with Maps for All Around the World
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Young Mursi, Omo Valley, Ethiopia
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Tribal Head Chain
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Young Mursi photo by jan varchola
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Ewenki or Evenki costumes ( formerly known as Tungus or Tunguz; Mongolian: are a Tungusic people of Northern Asia
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Evenks People - Russia.
ТРАДИЦИОННЫЙ ЭВЕНКИЙСКИЙ КОСТЮМ TRADITIONAL COSTUME Evenki
Africa | Hausa girl in a village in northern Nigeria |
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Kids Photography - Nigeria
Hausa girl - Northern Nigeria, Africa
The Intricate Kosovar Wedding Paint. The Albanian Terbesh people of Kosovo who preside in Lubinje, a village at the foot of the Sharri mountains and very near to Prizren, have a tradition of dressing and making up a bride for her wedding day. It’s done to ward off the evil eye and discourages gossip and speculation.
The Intricate Kosovar Wedding Paint | The Albanian Terbesh people of Kosovo who preside in Lubinje, a village at the foot of the Sharri mountains and very near to Prizren, have a tradition of dressing and making up a bride for her wedding day. It’s done to ward off the evil eye and discourages gossip and speculation. |
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Film still from the documentary 'One Day on Earth'
One Day on Earth will premiere in the most countries of any film in history on the same day, Earth Day.
Traditional bride's painted face in Kosovo
“One Day on Earth” is a motion picture directed by Kyle Ruddick and produced by Brandon Litman. The goal of their project is to create an image of humanity by recording a 24-hour period in all countries of the world. Notes about “One Day on Earth” (published in section “History” of the “About” page): [...].... http://illusion.scene360.com/video/19636/life-and-connection/
An almost forgotten Kosovar tradition of beautiful body paint used by brides.
Taken from Redditor: the people of Kosovo who live in Lubinje in Albania dress up thier women as such for her wedding day. It's effect is to ward off the evil eye and discourage gossip and speculation. I, for one, find it hauntingly beautiful.
Egyptian woman veiled with bisha (1923 )
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egyptian woman veiled with bisha( 1923 ) by egyptian scream, via Flickr
Egyptian veiled woman with bisha ca. 1923, photographer unknown
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Carol Beck with & Angela Fisher | African Ceremonies Collection | Author: Fisher, Angela | Publisher: Trust for African Rock Art Middle | Niger: Mali | SourceFisher, Angela | Africa Adorned | London: Collins | 1984 Attribution: Angela Fisher
Fulani woman, Mali Photo and caption by Angela Fisher from her book Africa Adorned
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Wodaabe boy from Niger. Photographed by Steve McCurry Portraits - Tahoua, Niger
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Wodaabe boy from Niger Photography by: Steve McCurry
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Wodaabe tribe--They are traditionally nomadic cattle-herders and traders in Central African Republic #People #Photography #Travel
Wodaabe boy from Niger. Photographed by Steve McCurry Not only is the photo captivating but it speaks, to my eye, about interesting concepts of cultural gender norms... Get Inspired by the world's cultures: http://www.brabbu.com/en/inspiration.php
From Fishki: Women in the Hadramaut area wear all black and the ones who work in the fields wear tall conical shaped straw sunhats, which contrast quite starkly with their black clothes. Everybody wants to photograph them but unfortunately women in Yemen do not like being photographed, those in Hadramaut more so. Yemen
From Fishki: Women in the Hadramaut area wear all black and the ones who work in the fields wear tall conical shaped straw sunhats, like witches hats, which contrast quite starkly with their black clothes. Everybody wants to photograph them but unfortunately women in Yemen do not like being photographed, those in Hadramaut more so.
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Yemen. Women in the Hadramaut area wear all black and the ones who work in the fields wear tall conical shaped straw sunhats, like witches hats, which contrast quite starkly with their black clothes.
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Yemeni fashion. Is any lady's walking ensemble complete without a brimmed sun hat and a big stick? I think not. hadramout goatherder- from oldschoolhejabi.com blog
Museums, history, culture and art of the Ladin people in Val di Fassa. Museo Ladin de Fascia, Ladin Museum in San Giovanni Vigo di Fassa. Italy
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The lighting on this tribeman's face is very uniform and complete. The reflection in his eyes gives the photgraph a very vulnerable and honest quality.
Sadhu | Hindu holy man.
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The face says it all.
Tilaka (Kathmandu, Nepal), by Thomas Kelly
Look at the beauty of this mans face and the kindness in his eyes. A world in one face.
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African woman and child at the mall - market.
:)) mother and child
Poverty, defined differently for many people and it affects people differently, I just hope though that like the reflected innocence of the child people never forget about just being happy and appreciate what they do have no matter what your financial stability may be Ambers view: I like this picture. For me, it represents the strength of black mothers as well as their importance and beauty.
The Maori greeting and custom of touching foreheads and noses together allowing one to share the same breath is called the Hongi. It is a way of seeing each other on a soul level, seeing each other as equal. New Zealand. Photograph by Frans Lemmens.
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The Maori greeting custom of touching foreheads noses together, allowing one to share the same breath, is called the Hongi. It is a way of seeing each other on a soul level, seeing each other as equal. New Zealand. Perhaps even better than a kiss?
To Love a man ~ Wild Women Sisterhood A beautiful, poetic expression about honouring your man with deep soul love.
New Zealand People | The Maori people of New Zealand greeting of touching foreheads and noses = a Kiss
Children attendants gather supplies for an Arab diner in Algeria, February 1928.
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children attendants gathering supplies for an Arab diner in Algeria, 1928 photo by Jules Gervais Courtellemont for National Geographic
Children attendants gather supplies for an Arab diner in Algeria, February 1928. Photograph by Jules Gervais Courtellemont, National Geographic
Algeria 1928. Children attendants gather supplies for an Arab dinner. National Geographic Archives
Tibet | Steve McCurry
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Tibet - Steeve McCurry Woman in the Barkhor quarter of Lhasa, Tibet, 2000
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Tibetan Woman | Steve McCurry
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Lao Lady, having aged with grace with an endearing smile on her face.
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Elderly lady in a traditional Khmon village - Laos....what a beautiful woman
Crowns and Gladiolas, Photographed by Iwajla Kiinke (German), 2011 Iwajla Klinek is based in Berlin. As a photographer has been documenting children in the villages of Lausitz, The Black Forest and Romania wearing traditional costumes. This project Crowns and Gladioli explores the ritual of costume and how it exists and is re interpreted for out times in specialist fencing and boxing clothes. These clothes and roles are placed on children by adults in rituals and ceremonies denoting their coming
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A Sorbian folk costume by Iwajla Klinke/// face -----Sinful man would welcome destruction, that they might be hidden from the face of him who died to redeem them.
A Sorbian folk costume--- no chang to spelling of this description. The face mask and head piece amazes me. Like a fencer`s mask-- add some stiched détails and possibly the filtering technology of the scough, and you have a sci-fi fashion with deep traditional resonance.
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TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: HAUSA PEOPLE: AFRICA`S LARGEST SCATTERED WARRIOR TRIBE AND TRADERS WHO RESPECT THEIR CULTURE
Priest Asheten Mariam, in Lalibela, Ethiopia.