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Face of Confidence by Sudipta Dutta Chowdhury

Every year on the day of Makar Sankranti (Mid of January), hundreds of thousands of Hindu pilgrims gather to take a holy dip at the confluence of river Ganges and Bay of Bengal at Sagar island. Thi...

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Kayapo Indians of Brazilian Amazon

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Nelson visited the African tribes during five trips to the continent. He says that the Kenyan Samburu are more traditional than the Maasai and more independent and egalitarian. From the series: Before they pass away by Jimmy Nelson Cultures Du Monde, World Cultures, African Tribes, African Art, Tribal African, African Safari, Tribu Masai, Jimmy Nelson, Moda Afro

Tribal beauty: Photographer gives snapshot of vanishing way of life - CNN

A photographer has recorded the lives and customs of some the world's last authentic tribes, before they disappear.

Samburu women, Kenya Sensational images of indigenous peoples by photographer Jimmy Nelson, from his book 'Before They Pass Away. African Tribes, African Women, African Art, African Countries, We Are The World, People Around The World, Beauty Around The World, Seydou Keita, Jimmy Nelson

Tribal beauty: Photographer gives snapshot of vanishing way of life - CNN

A photographer has recorded the lives and customs of some the world's last authentic tribes, before they disappear.

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Somali woman circa 1880s

High quality images of humans (not having sex). We are focused on looking at what humans are, more than what they do. To show you how humans...

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Harmonia Rosales: Repainting the Grand Canvas

Want to know a little more about the artist who re-imagined Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam, and upset a lot of people in the process? Click to read more about the activist artist, Harmonia R…

In the lush, green forests of south western Ethiopia, disappearing tribes live in their timeless grass huts. The Surma people, made up of the Suri tri. Ethiopian Tribes, Ethiopian People, African Beauty, African Women, Beautiful Black Women, Beautiful People, Afro, Africa Tribes, African Wall Art

The Surma People: Tribe with The Most Extreme Body Art

Children of the Suri Tribe. Seton found these kids resting on the tree trunk that was in the middle of a field of corn and sorghum.

Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola Kahanamoku (August 1890 – January was a Kānaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) competition swimmer, who is widely credited with popularizing the ancient. Kelly Slater, Us Olympics, Olympic Athletes, Heritage Month, Black History Facts, Vintage Hawaii, Asian American, Beach Volleyball, Olympians

A portrait of swimming and surfing star Duke Kahanamoku, Hawaii,...

A portrait of swimming and surfing star Duke Kahanamoku, Hawaii, circa 1912.

Traditionally, Kalbeliya are snake charmers. At the Pushkar Camel Fair, they walk around dressed up, and beg for extra income from villagers and foreign tourists alike. Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Aboriginal Man, Obey Art, Indian Face, Rajasthan India, Africans, Jodhpur, People Of The World

Kalbeliya gypsies at the Pushkar Camel Fair, Rajasthan (India) | Let'sch Focus

Traditionally, Kalbeliya are snake charmers. At the Pushkar Camel Fair, they walk around dressed up, and beg for extra income from villagers and foreign tourists alike.