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African, Tribe, Traditional Dresses, South Africa, Art, People, Neck Rings, Culture
Africa | Portrait of a Ndebele woman wearing traditional clothes, headdress, beaded jewelry and copper and brass neck rings, 'idzila' and beaded hoop, 'isigolwani', Transvaal, South Africa #beads #collar
Assembled beauties: The taste of Petrol and Porcelain | Interior design, Vintage Sets and Unique Pieces www.petrolandporcelain.com Ndebele Woman, South Africa
Ndebele Woman, South Africa. Turbo Charge Read and be more creative in your business - get an edge over others http://youtu.be/bK7NUdh01WY
Ndebele woman | South Africa. My sister brought back a doll from this tribe
Ndebele woman South Africa #tribal #ethnic #clothes #culture
Ndebele woman | South Africa high fashion www.BelAfrique.com
Ndebele woman | South Africa my people
Ndebele Woman in Traditional Dress
A Bodi woman - Salamago District, Omo Valley. Ethiopia. By Ingetie Tadros
African People, Culture, Head, South, People, Ethiopia, African Culture
Africa | Portrait of a Bodi woman. Salamago District, Omo Valley. Ethiopia | © Ingetie Tadros (I would want to learn to carry things on my head like this. She is amazing...)
Wow ~ to carry things on your head like this. SHE is amazing. Africa | Portrait of a Bodi woman. Salamago District, Omo Valley. Ethiopia | © Ingetie Tadros
Africa | Portrait of a Bodi woman. Salamago District, Omo Valley. Ethiopia | © Ingetie Tadros @ #lamistardilocast #tribut #tribute #tributon #homenaje #omaggio #дань @
Africa | Portrait of a Bodi woman. Salamago District, Omo Valley. Ethiopia. Pinned for no other reason than the display of incredible ambulo-cranial balance, remarkable profile, and bracelets, just look! at those bracelets.......
Africa | Portrait of a Bodi woman in Salamago District of Omo Valley #Ethiopia | © Ingetie Tadros
West Africa, A Woman, African Woman, Photography Quote, People, Gold Earrings, Jewelry Earrings
Fulani woman. I approached a photographer a while back about an organic shoot with beautiful red gowns. This is inspiring. luv this.
Fulani woman. *The Fula (Fulani) people are one of the largest ethnolinguistic groups in Africa, numbering approximately 40mln people in total. The Fula people are a mixture of both sub-saharan and North African living in the Sahel area.
Gold earrings are a sign of wealth among the Fulanis. They are received by a woman either on the death of her mother or as a gift from her husband who often has to sell cattle to be able to afford them. The top of each earring is bound with red wool or silk to protect the ear, and the blades are incised with patterns, some of flowers, others of cattle. They are usually made of 14k gold.
✿ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃• Fulani woman.....the young people today think they're so 'out there' with their ear 'plugs', piercings and such...ha, ha ha I say to them! It's already been done!
Peul noblewoman with gold earrings and tattooed lips
suaadnoir: An African woman of the Fulani tribe.
#jewelry #earrings #Fulani woman.
Fulani Women,Mali West Africa.
Hina-’ere’ere-manu’a is the Tahitian Goddess of Tattooing. Her parents, Hina and Ti’i, kept her hidden away, until one day she was spied by the Gods Tu Ra’i Po and Mata Mata Arahu. They decided to seduce her, and used charcoal to draw designs on one another. Hina-’ere’ere-manu’a was fascinated by the designs and wanted one for herself. She managed to evade her mother and snuck out to get a tattoo. Her name means “Hina with the quick temper.”
Tuareg Woman, Faces, Art, Beautiful, Beauty, People, Culture, Eye
Tuareg Beauty. And people think I'm lying when I say my eyes are from Africa. I'm not. We woke up like dis- flawless
Tuareg woman (by Helga) Among the Tuareg, the men are veiled and the women are not. The society is largely matrilineal. They don’t fit into the nice bundles that art historians or anthropologists like to have. The Tuareg defy stereotypes—of Islam, Africa and social relationships—in other ways: The Tuareg are Islamic, but not in any comprehensive sense, it’s mixed with a heavy dose of pre-existing pagan beliefs in the evil eye and the world of spirits, or jinn.
Tuareg woman #ravenectar #beautiful #human #faces #people #face
Beautiful Evil Woman Art Tuareg woman (by helga) among
Berber Faces of people of the world. Beautiful
Tuareg Beauty #culture #tribes
Stilts have been around for thousands of years. Believed to have originated in China to traverse through flooded land. They are also used to celebrate the receding floods using colourful costumes, singing and dancing. A skillfull artistry used as entertainment or just the joy of accomplished balance. Tree limbs were the original material but timber or steel are used today
Costume, Africa, Photo, People, Tall, Culture, Kid
Tribal stilts. If you have never tried to walk on stilts, I should tell you it's hard. I made stilts for my kids about 10" off the ground. That's what was hard for me. I don't yet know why these people use stilts.
Wish I had the balance for stilts. I'd love to see over tall people's heads in a crowd or reach the top shelf in the grocery store for a change!
Africa. Stilts have been around for thousands of years. Believed to have originated in China to traverse through flooded land. They are also used to celebrate the receding floods using colourful costumes, singing and dancing. A skillfull artistry used as entertainment or just the joy of accomplished balance. Tree limbs were the original material but timber or steel are used today
Kids on stilts by The Hoseman., via Flickr
This is Africa, Our Africa : Photo
Kids on stilts - east Africa
Tribal stilts, Africa
Africa | A Pygmy man holding his very young child. South east region of Cameroon. | © Robert Harding.
Baby Wearing, Cultures, Babywearing Dads, Babywearing Africa, Babywearing Photo, People, Human, Father
Tragepapa <3 #Hoppediz #AusLiebezuDir #babywearing Africa | South east region of Cameroon. | © Robert Harding.
Baby wearing. Africa | A Pygmy man holding his very young child. South east region of Cameroon. | © Robert Harding.
"El Amor de Dios: El Amor de un Padre." By Ben Sharp http://www.exploregod.com/es/el-amor-de-dios-el-amor-de-un-padre
Don't tell me there are no fathers in the black community.... Pygmy man holding his very young child, South East area, Cameroon
You don't see a father holding his baby very often in Africa | A Pygmy man holding his very young child. South east region of Cameroon. | © Robert Harding.
Moral people are those, who choose to fulfill their moral obligations to their family and society. Since a person exists because of his family and ancestors, he has a moral obligation to extend the family line of his ancestors. Likewise, since a person is alive because of the human society, he has moral duties to raise a child as his replacement in the society. Therefore, moral people are those, who choose to extend their family lines. People, who follow the ChildFree ideology, are immoral.
Pygmy people, South east region of Cameroon, Africa by Robert Harding #world #cultures
Gentle eyes of a father. (Pygmy man holding his very young child, Southeast Cameroon)
Africa | Peul/Fulani woman
Fulani Earrings, Peul Fulani Woman, Faces, African, Tribe, Beauty, People, Women, Culture
A very beautiful Fulani woman. The Fulani customarily wore their wealth in the form of gold jewelry that they could carry with them at all times. Based on a design that has been worn for centuries.
Nigeria | Peul/Fulani woman. It doesn't matter where you live, you probably need to paint yourself and hang ornaments from various body parts in order for your society to consider you beautiful. What nature gave you is never enough.
The Fula people or Fulani or Fulɓe (Fula: Fulɓe; French: Peul; Hausa: Fulani; Portuguese: Fula; Wolof: Pël; Bambara: Fulaw) numbering approximately 20 million people in total are one of the most widely dispersed and culturally diverse of the peoples of Africa. The Fulani are bound together by the common language of Fulfulde, as well as by some basic elements of Fulbe culture, such as the pulaaku, a code of conduct common to all Fulani groups.
Africa, Peul/Fulani woman. The creativeness and beauty of Africa.
Mulher da tribo Fula, Nigéria *Woman from the Fula tribe, Nigeria
I meed Fulani earrings again! Africa - Peul/Fulani woman
Faces of the World… Africa - Peul/Fulani woman
Bedecked Peul (Fulani) Woman from Africa
Stevemccurry, Steve Mccurry, Mali, World, Beautiful Faces, People, Eye
Can be the face of one of the girls in the princess movie. Woman in Mali | Steve McCurry
Stevemccurry: Mali stevemccurry bu adam fotoğraf çekmesini biliyor..
Woman from Mali world people. people photography, world people, faces
Steve McCurry :: Eloquence of the Eye / Mali / no date provided
Mali. “Eloquence of the Eye” by photographer Steve McCurry
Steve McCurry portrait of african woman in folklore dress
Eloquence of the Eye | Steve McCurry Mali
Beautiful face - penetrating eyes
African woman by-mario-gerth
Faces, Art, Beauty, Beautiful People, African Portraits, Mario Gerth, Black, Culture, Photography
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African Portraits by Mario Gerth #travel #world #portrait #photography #monochrome #culture
African Portraits by Mario Gerth NEGRITOS Negro black beauty beautiful afro
Soronko Style: Breathtaking Photography by Mario Gerth: "African Portraits"
African Portraits by Mario Gerth... Breathtakinginly beautiful....
#People Culture Photography Africa - Beautiful african woman
African Portraits by Mario Gerth Beautiful woman.
This Beauty... / African Portraits by Mario Gerth
Omo tribes of Ethiopia (where I was born !)
Omo Valley, Face, Hans Silvester, Tribe, Africa, People, Photo, Culture
Suri tribe, Hans Silvester, Natural Fashion, no.10, 2007, C-print. Surma is the Ethiopian government's collective name for the Suri, the Mursi and the Me'en tribes — a total population of 186,875 people of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia. They’re probably most known for the strange practice of piercing and inserting lip and ear plates.
Left Bank Art Blog: July 2011 Sumar people of the Omo Valley, Ethiopia Photo credit to Henry Silvester
German photographer Hans Silvester photographs the dazzling artistry of the Surma and Mursi people of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia as they perform their ancient tradition of temporary body decoration on themselves and each other a few times each day.
Suri Tribe. From the book: Natural Fashion: Tribal Decoration from Africa by Hans Silvester
Playing to the camera! Mursi children of the Omo Valley - Hans Silvester
People of the Omo Valley, Ethiopia | Hans Silvester #world #cultures
Tribal Adornment, Omo Valley, Ethiopia [Photo by Hans Silvester] -xo-
“new_nature” - african fascination #hanssilvester #omovalley #africa
Painted Faces of Africa - Omo Valley, Ethiopia
South Africa Travel Poster Art I Love You From by HopSkipJumpPaper
I Love You, Color, Travel Art, Art Prints, South Africa, Moving Gifts, Travel Posters, Africa Travel, Canvases
I Love You From Here To HOLLYWOOD art print
Wine, African Wine, Maps, South African
South Africa wine regions: Guide by Wine Folly #wine #map #SouthAfrica
South Africa Wine Map by Wine Folly. #travel #wineries #infographic
South Africa Wine Map #SouthAfrica #wine #infografía
South Africa Wine Map by Wine Folly Best wine
South Africa Wine Map #SouthAfrica #wine
South African wine map and varietal key
South Africa Map | Wine Folly
South Africa Wine Map. #Vino
South African Wine Map.
I Love You More than South Africa Loves Rugby greeting card sports fan
South Africa, Card South, Valentine Cards, Loves Rugby, Greeting Card, Rugby Greeting
South Africa Rugby Sports Card I Love You More by HopSkipJumpPaper
Valentine Card South Africa Rugby Sports Card by HopSkipJumpPaper
Rugby Card I Love You More Than South Africa by HopSkipJumpPaper
Africa | People. Fulani girl
Timothy Allen, Faces, Wodaabe Woman, Beautiful People, People Culture
Africa | Portrait of a Wodaabe woman with traditional silver earrings, braided hair and facial tattoos, Niger | © Timothy Allen #braids #tattoo
Africa | Wodaabe women are strikingly beautiful. During the Gerewol Festivities. Niger. | © Timothy Allen
Proof that tattoos are not just from the West: Africa | Wodaabe women are strikingly beautiful. During the Gerewol Festivities. Niger. | © Timothy Allen
The Wodaabe women have an amazing style. They have tattooed faces and a very interesting hair style. The Wodaabe are a a nomadic people that move across Niger and Mali.
A Wodaabe woman with platted hair and tribal scar tattoos on her face. In a remote part of the Sahara desert near lake Chad.
Wodaabe Woman, Chad, Africa by Timothy Allen. people photography, world people, faces
Africa | Wodaabe woman, during the Gerewol Festivities. Niger. | © Timothy Allen
BodyMOd on Pinterest | African Tattoo, Body painting and Tribal Face
Fulani girl, scar face
Mursi woman, Omo valley. By Mario Gerth.
Faces, African, Beautiful, Beauty, People, Photo, Mario Gerth, Culture
Mursi girl from Mago, Omo valley, face, female, culture, beautiful, black, strong, image, photo b/w.
mursi girl from mago / omo valley 2004 • Mario Gerth (german photographer) portraits of African people (2011-08 via African Digital Art Network by Jepchumba) • www.Mario-Gerth.de
Beautiful image. Beautiful girl. I love the grainy black & white photo. Omo Valley, Ethiopia | ©Mario Gerth
Mursi woman / omo valley By abgefahren2004 Mario Gerth beautiful faces
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what a beautiful shot and beautiful woman - Photo by Mario GERTH
#ravenectar #beautiful #humans #faces #people #face
African Portraits by Mario Gerth Beautiful
beautiful face of a little African girl.
Mumuhuila tribe of Angola. Due to global warming and Pollution I'm sick of incurable illnesses, hot and humid weather here in Quebec is killing me, can happen to you, please sign this petition to send me to one of the less air polluted city Nelson, British Columbia, http://www.avaaz.org/en/petition/Sign_this_Petition_to_send_NinaOhmanC_Ojeda_to_Nova_Scotia_to_a_clean_environment_with_no_pollution/?copy
Mumuhuila tribe of Angola.
Faces, John Kenny, Beautiful, Africa, People, Photo, Culture, Eyes
Maasai by John Kenny. What a beautiful face - lovely bone structure and eyes in particular. Love her skin tone too, almost blue-black. Also adore the beads. The Maasai must be the most stylish people ever. Even the French and Italians trail behind!
FACING AFRICA: Exceptional Kenyan Portrait Imagery By John Kenny [GALLERY] | Ker & Downey Africa http://www.ker-downeyafrica.com/blog/facing-africa-exceptional-kenyan-portrait-imagery-by-john-kenny-gallery/#more-1261
What a beautiful face - lovely bone structure and eyes in particular. Love her skin tone too, almost blue-black. Lovely. Maasai by John Kenny
What a beautiful face - lovely bone structure and eyes in particular. Love her skin tone too, almost blue-black. Lovely. Adore the beads too. What a weight though in all that heat! Maasai by John Kenny.
The eyes, the angles of the face - so beautifully otherworldly - Maasai by John Kenny
© John Kenny (people, portrait, beautiful, photo, picture, amazing, photography)
beautiful Maasai woman wearing multicolored beads, Africa, photo by John Kenny
Photo by John Kenny. Sub-Saharan Africa. beautiful lady
Culture: Masai by John Kenny
Faces, African, Scarification, Beautiful, Body Modifications, Beauty, People, Culture
Just beautiful :) Scarification and body modification - A tribal ritual which as been appropriated by western subcultures as a new way of thinking about the body and the self in a post-modern world and of reclaiming control and ownership of the human body and individual subjectivity.
Culture: Traditional scarification, Sudan. Facial scarification is practiced throughout Sudan, and various marks across the faces of tribesmen give identity to the tribe and beauty to its women.
Most Dinka boys and girls don't cry when the local sorcerer takes a red-hot knife to their dark faces. If they wince or cry or react to the pain they will lose face in the community, so it's best to sit through the process in peace. Facial scarification is practiced throughout Sudan, and various marks across the faces of tribesmen give identity to the tribe and beauty to its women. #Africa #African #Dinka
Ritual scarification is used in many tribes in Africa, done by burning, cutting, or making a slight incision to create a prominent scar. Done in patterns, it's used to identify members of certain tribal families. It is also done for social and culture acceptance. Not only done in the men of the tribes, but also to women and children as a coming of age rite of passage. In women it's seen as something beautiful, marks showing they are suitable mothers and wives. Quoted from: www.afropunk.com...
traditional scarification, Sudan. People of the world. Beautiful in their own way
Love portraits of people. You can see her soul through her eyes. Beautiful
Sudanese man with face scarification. Strangely beautiful.
Culturally Beautiful Faces - - Yahoo Image Search Results
scars traditional scarification. sudan. beautiful faces
Gabra girl from northern Kenya. #Destinicocom www.destinico.com. people photography, world people, faces
Faces, African, Beautiful Smile, Gabra Girl, Northern Kenya, Beauty, Beautiful People, Photo, Culture
:::: PINTEREST.COM christiancross :::: Gabra girl from northern Kenya • photo: Gerrit Holtland on Flickr #Gabra #Gabbra #Gebra #Kenya #Kenyan
Gabra girl from northern Kenya • photo: Gerrit Holtland on Flickr #Gabra #Gabbra #Gebra #Kenya #Kenyan
Gabra girl from northern Kenya • photo: Gerrit Holtland on Flickr - such a beautiful smile.
Brilliant smile Gabra girl from northern Kenya • photo: Gerrit Holtland on Flickr
§§º§§ Gabra girl from northern Kenya • photo: Gerrit Holtland
Gabra girl, Northern Kenya | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Zulu woman, South Africa
Black Beauty, Beautiful Women, African Woman, Art, South Africa, African Beauty, African Women, People, Black Women
African women carry pot on their heads to go get water from the river to the household need
East African Woman - Simple, Natural, Beautiful
Zulu woman, South Africa | Black Beauty
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Africa | Portrait of a Rendille woman | © Jan C Schlegel.