Well played, sir.

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Independence Day. Zimbawe, 1980 © John Mauluka

Old Lady of Havana!

An anthropologist proposed a game to the children of an African tribe. He put a basket of fruit near a tree and told them that whoever came first would win all the fruit. When given the signal to run, the children held hands and ran, sitting down together to enjoy the prize. When asked why they had run together, if only one could get all the fruit, they said, UBUNTU, how could one of us be happy if everyone else is sad? UBUNTU in Xhosa culture means: ”I am because we are” ♥

Elder Larim man in the Boya hills having his hair dressed. Photo by Patti Langton, Feb 1980. © Pitt Rivers Museum [2008.78.1.611]

beautiful man

See These Heartbreaking Photos Of The World's Disappearing Cultures, Before They Fade Away | Co.Exist | ideas + impact #JimmyNelson


Turkmen women.


Africa | Portrait of a Masai Woman. | © World Air Safaris. {This photo was also the cover of their Travel Magazine publication of December 2011}

~Have you ever laughed until you gasped for breath? ....I hope so...~

Sadhu, Nepal (by neiljs)


Photo of a young accordion player in 1900 by Henri Manuel , a Parisian photographer 1900. Photo study opened and specialized Portträfotografie , which also served as the official photographer of the French government from 1914 to 1944 . Tags: #Accordion #Art #Photography #Vintage #Player

Naga-man. Chin State. Myanmar.

Papua New Guinea | Portrait of a man from the Skeleton tribe | © Miguel-Ángel

THE NATIVE PEOPLE OF BRAZIL - The bright and beautiful natives of Brazil. In 2007 the National Indian Foundation or FUNAI (a Brazilian governmental protection agency for Indian interests and their culture) reported that it had confirmed the presence of 67 different un-contacted tribes in Brazil. Brazil has now the largest number of un-contacted peoples.

David Duchemin: http://agitare-kurzartikel.blogspot.com/2012/07/moebel-jobboersede-die-jobboerse-und.html