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    Africa | Details from a Bobo woman. Ivory Coast || Scanned vintage postcard; Collection G Labitite, Dakar

    Djabi by Alioune Bâ (Malian, b. 1959), 1997

    Africa | From her Omo River Series | © Isabel Munoz

    Beautiful scarifications - (photographer?) I personally done care to partake of this art form but I acknowledge that it can be lovely on tribal cultures.

    Bertie dreamed of the day he would get the pop tart for his own but mommy had another use for it...

    Beautiful woman, amazons

    Africa | Portrait of a Wodaabe woman in Niger. Her face combines both permanent tattoos and face painting elements | Just one of the many fantastic photographs included in the publication 'Painted Bodies: African Body Painting, Tattoos and Scarification' by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher ~ Release date Sept 18th 2012.

    Faces of Africa - Fulani woman

    Afar Tribal Girl

    These beautiful Maasai girls are from East Africa.



    Peul girls with facial tattoos.

    .Mother working while carrying baby

    A woman wearing an Egyptian bought Buraq /

    North Africa The Amazigh are a sub group of the Berbers, a semi-nomadic people of Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and other areas of North West Africa. @ fashion.allwomens...

    How lovely are the colors and experience of visiting the Taj Mahal, to see the last of a special vacation, the "New" Seven Wonders of the World tour. #monogramsvacation

    Woman from the Omo Delta in Ethiopia

    In Kathmandu, a Festival for Women - Arts & Lifestyle - The Atlantic Cities

    Market in Jaipur, India. Jaipur is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan in Northern India.

    High in the Peruvian Andes, Estela Cóndor grows five different varieties of potatoes to sell in the market, along with a yellow tuber called mashua that she cooks for her family | Jim Richardson, National Geographic

    Burma / Myanmar. Although they aren't African, this is evident in some Africa Tribes. This is proof that some traditions or habits in some cultures overlap with others that may be in some other place.

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