Warvan valley, Kashmir
Kashmiri Siblings, Baby Sibling, Beautyful People, Siblings India, Beautiful Faces, Beautiful People, Gypsy Girls
Kashmiri Siblings. It warms my heart to see how proud older sister is of her baby sib. DA-H @Kashmircaravan #travel
@Kashmircaravan #travel Kashmiri Siblings. It warms my heart to see how proud older sister is of her baby sib. DA-H
Kashmiri Siblings, India
gypsy girl and baby
Beautiful gypsy child
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Beautiful gypsy child #PhotographySerendipity #TravelSerendipity #travel #photography Travel and Photography from around the world.
Beautiful gypsy child - her eyes are unforgettable.☆ ♥♥ »✿❤❤✿« ☆ ☆ ◦ ● ◦ ჱ ܓ ჱ ᴀ ρᴇᴀcᴇғυʟ ρᴀʀᴀᴅısᴇ ჱ ܓ ჱ ✿⊱╮ ♡ ❊ ** Buona giornata ** ❊ ~ ❤✿❤ ♫ ♥ X ღɱɧღ ❤ ~ Fr 27th March 2015
Beautiful gypsy child - her eyes are unforgettable. #Gypsies #Bohemians #Travelers
Beautiful gypsy child - her eyes are unforgettable...
Beautiful gypsy child - Romania
emotion #faces #photography
Beautiful gypsy girl.
Eyes - gypsy
Live the life u love & love the life u live.
Photo Kids, Face Photography, Cute Kids, Faces Photography, Black White, Black And White Photography, Beautiful Boys, Faces Precious
Boys in Black and White #photography
wonderful little faces. precious.
Happy little faces, photography
Such cute kids!
Gypsy Girl photographed by K M Asad- ONE EYELAND . THE MOST BEAUTIFUL COLOR EYES IN MY OPINION.
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Gypsy Girl photographed by K M Asad- #Gypsies #Bohemians #Travelers amazing eyes!
Photographer K M ASAD - Gypsy Girl - PictureOfTheDay - ONE EYELAND | 2013-08-03 |
Indian girl with green eyes. Faraway Eyes.
Eyes window to the soul, gypsy girl
Gypsy_ beautiful eyes
green eyed girl .
Palestinian girl by Eman Mohammed. "Defy(ing) social norms to become one of the only female photojournalists from Gaza."
People Faces, Eman Mohammed, Female Photojournalist, Beautiful Eyes, Blue Eyes, Beautiful Faces, Eyes Windows
Palestinian girl by Eman Mohammed. "Defy(ing) social norms to become one of the only female photojournalists from Gaza." Brilliant blue eyes.
Beauty | 美しさ | Beauté | Bellezza | красота | Humano | человек | 人間 | Humain | Human | Personnes | 人々 | People | люди | 顔 | Faces | лица | Visages | Facce | Palestinian girl by Eman Mohammed. "Defy(ing) social norms to become one of the only female photojournalists from Gaza."
The look of serenity, and focus! One pinner wrote: Palestinian girl by Eman Mohammed. "Defy(ing) social norms to become one of the only female photojournalists from Gaza."
From the series Playing despite war, a Palestenian girl recites Qura’an verses in a mosque at Gaza City. Eman Mohamed, photographer ----.Lovely blue eyes
“Female photojournalists can’t be found in Gaza. It’s a war zone and the nature of news is mostly violence,” says Eman Mohammed, a 25-year-old Palestinian journalist, wife and mother who lives in the Gaza Strip and knows all to well about the struggles women face in the Israeli-occupied territory.
Palestinian girl, photo by Eman Mohammed. One of the only female photojournalists from Gaza.
Palestinian girl. Photograph by Eman Mohammed, female photojournalist from Gaza."
Palestenian girl | by Eman Mohammed. people photography, world people, faces
(Photographer : Eman Mohammed)beautiful eyes, but sad.
6-18 taka is 7-22 cents a day, in USD "During a short break from her work, Hajira laughs standing on the door of workshop. She is carrying her three years old sister Mumtaz in her arms. She works with her mother, but also help look after her two younger siblings. Hajira gets paid between Taka 6-18 per day." from Shehzad Noorani's Flickr set, Children of Black Dust
Shehzad Noorani Hajira recycles thousands of size-D dry cell batteries by breaking them up one by one with a hammer. She works with her mother and also takes care of her siblings who are 1 and 3 years old. During a short break, she laughs while carrying her 3-year-old sister in her arms.
Siblings Hajira, 3 Years, Noorani Hajira, Younger Siblings
6-18 taka is 7-22 cents a day, in USD - "During a short break from her work, Hajira laughs standing on the door of workshop. She is carrying her three years old sister Mumtaz in her arms. She works with her mother, but also help look after her two younger siblings. Hajira gets paid between Taka 6-18 per day." - from Shehzad Noorani's Flickr set, Children of Black Dust
In Bagladesh, Hajira recycles thousands of size-D dry cell batteries by breaking them up one by one with a hammer. She works with her mother and also takes care of her siblings who are 1 and 3 years old. During a short break, she laughs while carrying her 3-year-old sister in her arms. She laughs while I, so blessed often bumble. Best to remember and be grateful!
by Shehzad Noorani So unhealthy and so unsafe! Arent there machines to do this in the interet of HUMAN life? Hajira recycles thousands of size-D dry cell batteries by breaking them up one by one with a hammer. She works with her mother and also takes care of her siblings who are 1 and 3 years old. During a short break, she laughs while carrying her 3-year-old sister in her arms.
"Children of the Dust" Image 7 by Shehzad Noorani Hajira recycles thousands of size-D dry cell batteries by breaking them up one by one with a hammer. She works with her mother and also takes care of her siblings who are 1 and 3 years old. During a short break, she laughs while carrying her 3-year-old sister in her arms. - See more at: http://www.kosmosjournal.org/gallery-images/image-7#sthash.kkzq29DN.dpuf
We are all, quite literally, Brothers & Sisters... So you have family everywhere!
Shehzad Noorani | creativeBangladesh
During a short break from her work, Hajira laughs standing on the door of workshop. She is carrying her three years old sister Mumtaz in her arms. She works with her mother, but also help look after her two younger siblings. They get Taka 6.00 for cleaning 1000 carbon rods. Hajira cleans between 1000-3000 carbon rods per day and gets paid accordingly between Taka 6-18 per day. Most children who either work or play near workshop area, have chest and eye infection. Environment is so polluted, most children suffers from one or the other kind of infections all the time. Some even have streaks of blood coming out of their noses all the time. There are hundreds of other informal factories and workshops inside and on the outskirts of the city of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. The industry employs thousands of women and children. All day long women and children break used batteries to get reusable parts and tiny pieces of metal out of them. Once separated, these materials are sent to battery manufacturing factories and workshops that either reuse them or melt them to make other useful materials. Children in these workshops face some of the worst condition of life anywhere in the world. None of the children go to school. Although they work hard and need nutritious food, they hardly eat much. It’s amazing that they still look happy and manage to crack a smile every now and then. Ayena Ghat on Buriganga river on the outskirts of Dhaka, the captial of Bangladesh. 15/09/2004/Dhaka
Romania Gypsies, Romani Gypsy, Gypsy Soul, Romani Women, Romani People, Gypsy Women, Romany Gypsies, Romanian Gypsy
Romani Gypsy Women http://indigenousdialogues.tumblr.com/post/14911067098/danceswithfaeriesunderthemoon-romani-women
Gypsy Living Traveling In Style Romany Gypsies | Roma Gypsies I really love this photo.
As creative women worldwide, we owe it to one another to credit our artisans. These 2 women are dressed in typical clothing of the Romani/ Gypsy. They don't embroider in the manner of Mexican artistry (example:see Aida Coronado) or the intricate works of the women of the Ukraine, for example. To label these beautiful works of Needle Art, "Gypsy,"discredits artisans. The same for "Boho," seen on 2013 Indian/Pakistani designer bridal wear.The truth is far more interesting than the slang. Explore!
GYPSIES &, TINKERS on Pinterest | Gypsy Women, Romanian Gypsy and ...
Gypsy Living Traveling In Style Romany Gypsies | Roma Gypsies
Romani women, the Romani people---also known as Gypsies
Romanian Gypsy Women www.republicofyou.com.au jj
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Mucubal tribe beauty - Angola (by Eric Lafforgue)
Angola Mucubal, African People, Head Wraps, Headwrap, Mucubal Girl, Black Beauty, Beautiful Women, Beautiful People
Mucubal (also called Mucubai, Mucabale, Mugubale) people are a subgroup of the Herero ethnic group settling in Southern Angola.They are also Bantu speaking people. It is historically asserted that the Mucubals are originally from Kenya and are related to the Massais.NEGRITOS Negro black beauty beautiful afro
A Mucubal tribe girl, southern Angola. Mucubal or Mucubai or Mucubale tribe are subgroup of Bantu speaking Herero group. The Mucubals are believed to be related to the Masai of Kenya, where they originated.
Angola - Mucubal (also called Mucubai, Mucabale, Mugubale) tribe
Menina da tribo Mucubal *Girl from the Mukubal tribe
Mucubal tribe, Angola - Eric Lafforgue photographer
Mucubal Tribe Beauty in Head Wrap - Angola
My name is Mariame. I am Fulani (one of the African ethnic groups) from fouta djallon, Guinea but was born in Mauritania. I love Africa and love learning about CULTURE!! My blog is dedicated to empowering African people and it's culture and showing... //
THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE OF AFRICA: 130 GORGEOUS PHOTOS
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Gypsy Blue, Blue Blue, De Mode, Beautiful Blue, Arabian Nights, Color Blue, Noemie Lenoir
Noemie Lenoir for French Revue de Modes photographed by Thierry Le Goues. Source: Fashion Gone Rogue
Decadent Desert Fashion - The Nomadic Noemie Lenoir in French Revue de Modes SS 2011 (GALLERY)
Decadent Desert Fashion : Noemie Lenoir French Revue de Modes Spring Summer 2011
Noemi Lenoir Goes Boho Chic for French Revue de Modes » MyjestikBlog
She has something mysterious. Found on a blog about the color blue.
gypsy blue #blue #eyes #model #beauty #fashion #veil
A woman with a blue veil evoking Arabian nights.
Beautiful blue. // ELIZA
Blue veil - beautiful
Bath Indonesia, Baby Brother, God S Children, Beautiful Children, Children, People Photography, Children Pictures, Bath Time
Washing your baby brother in Indonesia
... bath time ... in Bali...cute.
Indonesia children having a bath
Indonesia l People Photography
INDONESIA- bath time
Bath Time in Bali
Girl in Blue, Kashmir
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Girl in Blue, Kashmir | Steve McCurry. Kashmir is the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent.
Girl in Blue, Kashmir | Steve McCurry☚★ #ONELOVE #chinashavers #namaste #theeblackunicorn #black #unicorn #ONELOVE #<3
Artist: Steve McCurry, Young Girl in Blue, Ed. 15, 1998, fuji crystal photograph, 40 X 30 inches
Portrait was taken in #Kashmir #people #faces #amazingfaces
A young girl in #kashmir #india
Girl in Blue, Kashmir by Steve McCurry
borana girl, ethiopia
Beautiful Eyes, Beautiful Children, Borana Ethiopia, Beautiful Borana, Beautiful People, Beautiful Ethiopian, People Culture
Black Is Beautiful!! Borana girl, Ethiopia
Little girl with Beautiful eyes.
Beautiful Borana girl, Ethiopia.
Beautiful Ethiopian child!
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Tibet ~ Steve McCurry. This guy is an amazing photographer... Takes pictures that make you think!
Tibet ~ Steve McCurry. This guy is an amazing photographer...
iheartloons: Tibet ~ Steve McCurry source
Tibet | Steve McCurry. Love his work
Belle tibetan Tibet | Steve McCurry
Tibetan Mother and child...
From TurkeyAlways look on the bright side of life...Here you will find a visual reflection of art, inspiration, fashion, culture and nature. Also find me here: http://pinterest.com/thegiftsoflife
"In family life, love is the oil that eases friction, the cement that binds closer together, and the music that brings harmony." - Eva Burrows Macedonia Mizoram, India Kham, Tibet "All happy families resemble one another, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." - Leo Tolstoy Yanesha, Peru Yanesha, Peru "Family faces are…
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turquoisem0on: syeddahjan: Gilgiti-Balti boy, Pakistan this world has some of the most beautiful people. geez. OHMYGOODNESS, this child is beautiful
Gilgiti-Balti boy, Pakistan this world has some of the most beautiful people. geez. OHMYGOODNESS, this child is beautiful
turquoisem0on: syeddahjan: Gilgiti-Balti boy, Pakistan
Those eyes! What's on his mind??! Gilgiti-Balti boy, Pakistan
Gilgiti-Balti boy, Pakistan http://www.creativeboysclub.com/
the eyes !!!!! Gilgiti-Balti boy, Pakistan
Young boy - piercing eyes
Pakistani Boy. Stunning
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beautiful children with exquisite clothing.Love those smiles
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Beautiful children with exquisite clothing
beautiful children with smiles
Best Friends Around the World
my best, best friend :-)
#Joy & #happy #smiles
best friends for life
Traditional Costume, Geographic January, National Geographic, Hunt Photographs, Berber Brides, Berber Woman, Brides Fair
Image scanned from National Geographic, January 1980 : Berber brides fair. | Article written by Carla Hunt, photographs by Nik Wheeler - SUBLIME -
Berber brides fair, National Geographic, January 1980. Article written by Carla Hunt, photographs by Nik Wheeler.
“Marriageable young women of the region’s dominant tribe, the Ait Hadiddou, are the object of the bridegroom’s haste. They conceal their reputed beauty under heavy capes and spangled headdresses. The veil places a bride-to-be at a distinct advantage in discreetly surveying the prospects during the three-day festival.” from the article Berber Brides’ Fair by Carla Hunt, photographs by Nik Wheeler, National Geographic, January 1980
National Geographic, January 1980 : Berber brides fair.
Berber woman, High Atlas , Morocco
This article feature examples of traditional costume or dress worn by the peoples around the globe. Peoples often call this kind of costumes "national", but the beauty of them have nothing to do with
A girl from the Kalbelia gypsy caste in the desert, Pushkar, Rajasthan, India
Happy Smile, Happy Face, Faces Photography, Brett Cole, Gypsy Girl, Beautiful Smiles, Beautiful People
Humanity's beauty #people #oneness #heart #humanity The Eyes of Children around the World India © Brett Cole http://www.brettcolephotography.com
A girl from the Kalbelia gypsy caste in the desert, Pushkar, Rajasthan, India Brett Cole Photography
Copyright by Brett Cole. A girl from the Kalbelia gypsy caste in the desert, Pushkar, Rajasthan, India http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalbelia
Brett Cole - A girl from the Kalbelia gypsy caste in the desert, Pushkar, Rajasthan, India
INDIA: girl from the Kalbelia gypsy caste in the desert Pushkar, Rajasthana
Gypsy Girl, Pushkar, Rajasthan (India)::[pinned by PartyTalent.com]
A Kalbelia gypsy girl, Pushkar, Rajasthan, India
Kalbelia gypsy girl, Pushkar, India, Asia
Beautiful smile ☺️☺️
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C O N N E C T I O N by OZZO Photography, (people, portrait, beautiful, photo, picture, amazing, photography, brother and sister, siblings, back, family)
Africa | Portrait of two young Hamar children wearing traditional clothes, Ethiopia | © OZZO Photography #beads #cowrie
"C O N N E C T I O N" by Ozzo Photography on 500px ~ tribal village of south OMO Valley
Africa | "Connection". Hamer children. Ethiopia | ©OZZO Photography, via 500px
C O N N E C T I O N by OZZO Photography http://500px.com/photo/23581875
Hamer children. Ethiopia | ©OZZO Photography, via 500px. #wheresthefp
A big sister protecting her little brother! #strongfrombirth
hamar siblings, omo valley, ethiopia | african culture
Langtang Region, Nepal
Babywearing, Baby Wearing, Baby Carrier, Mitchell Kanashkevich, Mother And Child, Beautiful Faces, Beautiful People
Langtang Region, Nepal, 2007 by Mitchell Kanashkevich ~Beautiful People~
Nepal - the most beautiful people in the world - inside and out
Everything about this photo is beautiful. Mother & Child
Beautiful mother and child. Langtang Region, Nepal
Nepal, mother and child by Mitchell Kanashkevich
Nepal~Such beautiful faces!
Beautiful mother & child
David and I went to the local Farmer's Market on Saturday, and as usual he was sitting pretty in the BabyHawk on my back. If you ever want to see babywearing in action, go to a farmer's market - I counted over a dozen other worn babies. A random woman in line commented "Those things are all the rage". An old (80+) lady with a strong accent replied, "Eeet was da rage when I lived in Moscow too!" She went on to tell me about how she always wore her babies, and how it helped to keep them warm during the long Russian winters. Babywearing's not trendy, it's normal. It's practical. It's beautiful! Below is a collection of beautiful babywearing pictures from around the world and through the ages, from a friend's presentation to her high school Spanish class. Enjoy! Not sure where, but nice Mei Tai! South Africa Ancient Egypt Bolivia Bolivia Bosnia Brazil Brazil Burma China Congo (Way to get some work done, mama!) Czech Republic - love the basket! Czech Republic Netherlands Egypt Eskimo French Daddy on a bike (not recommended lol) Ghana Guatemala Guatemala More Guatemala! Beautiful pattern Inuit - such a beautiful photo Japan Mary and Jesus Dark ages? I think not! Mexico, rockin the Rebozo Superman toss! Morocco - babies wearing babies Poland Roma (Gypsy Mama anyone?) Slovakia - what a happy baby. Southern USA Modern Day Texas Wales Namibia
And here you thought baby carriers were a NEW trend! Today’s post comes to us via a sweet little blog called Nine Davids. The pictures are fabulous, and I love the sense of connection with mamas all over the world and over time as well. Babywearing through the ages David and I went to the …
I would want the students to think about whats going on here, and what some of the responsibilities of children from around the world could be.