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Avec "Before They Pass Away", le photographe Jimmy Nelson entend garder trace de civilisations en passe de disparaitre. Aux quatre coins du globe.

"Before They Pass Away," series of the world's remotest tribes, members of the ancient indigenous Huli Tribe of Ambua Falls of Papua New Guinea photographed by Jimmy Nelson, 2010

Photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled the world to document the cultures of indigenous tribes at risk of disappearing. It took him over four years to complete his project and the result is the brilliant book “Before They Pass Away.”

See These Rare Photos of 22 Indigenous Tribes Before They Disappear

Photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled the world to document the cultures of indigenous tribes at risk of disappearing. It took him over four years to complete his project and the result is the brilliant book “Before They Pass Away.

Ladakhi, India: The people of Ladakh (meaning land of the passes) live in very high mountain valleys between the Himalaya and Karakoram ranges in the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Mustang Tribe, Nepal from Before they Pass Away, Jimmy Nelson

Disappearing lives: the world's threatened tribes – in pictures

A photo from "Before They Fade Away", a book by photographer, Jimmy Nelson, documenting the worlds disappearing remote cultures.

Parenting Lessons From Tribes Around The World

Parenting lessons from tribes around the world - a conversation with photographer Jimmy Nelson

Before They Pass

Before They Pass

In Jimmy Nelson began his journey traveling to 31 different tribes around the world.

Huli Wig Men at Ambua Falls

Huli Wig Men at Ambua Falls

It seems strange, but cold, thin wires are one of the best materials when an artist wants to represent the human form. These elegant and fluid wire sculptures by Richard Stainthorp, an artist based in Richmond in the U.K., seem like dancers or woodland spirits captured in mid-stride.

It seems strange, but cold, thin wires are one of the best materials when an…

Stunning Portraits Of The World’s Remotest Tribes Before They Pass Away

Stunning Portraits Of The World’s Remotest Tribes Before They Pass Away (46 pics)

Jimmy Nelson Kazakh, Mongolia (photo by Jimmy Nelson)

Photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled the world to document the cultures of indigenous tribes at risk of disappearing. It took him over four years to complete his project and the result is the brilliant book “Before They Pass Away.”

See These Rare Photos of 22 Indigenous Tribes Before They Disappear

"Before They Pass Away," series of the world's remotest tribes, members of the indigenous cattle-herding and agricultural Dassanech Tribe of The Southern Omo Valley, situated in Africa’s Great Rift Valley photographed by Jimmy Nelson, 2011

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