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    • Sandra Magina

      Steve McCurry - Padaung People (Kayan or Long Neck) are the heritage one of the greatest treasures of the World. The Padaung is an ethnic minority of Myanmar, a tribe of the Kayan people, some Padaung people are migrant to western Thailand, Meahongson.

    • Shailendra Tokas

      Two women model their brass neck rings, a rarity in Myanmar (Burma), Loikaw, 1994. National Geographic, July 1995, Burma: The Richest of Poor Countries. Steve McCurry

    • Kathy Rogers

      I love you and would like a nice long neck but this is a little much!!lmbo!1“ticktockclock: Kayan women with neck rings, Myanmar(Burma), 1994 ”

    • Margreet Schouwenaar

      Steve McCurry, Kayan women with neck rings, Myanmar(Burma), 1994 Schoonheid vraagt vreemde offers in elke cultuur. Zo heb ik ooit drie gaatjes in mijn oor laten prikken, heb ik de krullen uit mijn haar gestreken en elke vingernagel in een andere krul gelakt. Wat heb jij in de loop der jaren gedaan om je schoonheid te onderstrepen?

    • Mirna*S

      People Culture Photography - Families, Steve McCurry

    • Charlotte Jopling

      Loikaw, Kayah, Myanmar/Burma - Steve McCurry

    • Maria Novaikina

      Thai "Long Neck" tribe, Burma/Myanmar

    • Stella Maris

      Padaung women of Burma (Myanmar).

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