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  • Jill Boniske

    From Jeroen Toirkens comes Nomad — a fascinating and strikingly beautiful visual anthropology of the Northern Hemisphere’s last living nomadic peoples,

  • Vicki Burkhardt

    Baruun Taiga, Mongolia, 2004 ~ from the book "Nomad" by Jeroen Toirkens

  • Toni

    Baarun Taiga, Mongolia 2004 Jeroen Toirkens

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His prayer to Mother Earth complete, he waited. The new initiate made the challenge. But Gareth had been in the Ninth Circle, for fifteen summers and he was allowed to pick the terrain. Let's see what that young wilderness running twerp can do, in the rocky waste.

"To intimidate the enemy, the largest tribe, the Huli wigmen, continue the ancient tradition of painting their faces in yellow, red and white and making elaborate wigs of their own hair."

Nomad girl of East Mongolia--photo by Bertrand Linet -- she could almost be Eskimo, so familiar to the people I live with!