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♀ Sirius SoulStar InspiRA'shun ♀

♀ Sirius SoulStar InspiRA'shun ♀

Coffee Mug - Mom Jeans Coffee Mug - Funny Christmas Gift - Gift for Mom - Gag Gift - Pen Holder on Etsy, Sold

Coffee Mug - Mom Jeans Coffee Mug - Funny Christmas Gift - Gift for Mom - Gag Gift - Pen Holder on Etsy, Sold

Patternatic, ninawarmerdam: 21/05/2013

Patternatic, ninawarmerdam: 21/05/2013

Island People Solomon Blonde Hair | ... clothes making shell-money | Solomon Islands | Solomon Islands

Island People Solomon Blonde Hair | ... clothes making shell-money | Solomon Islands | Solomon Islands

Woman from Papua New Guinea- Like me... a "New Guinea Mary"

Woman from Papua New Guinea- Like me... a "New Guinea Mary"

The Samburu. They live in the foothills of Mount Kenya in the Rift Valley Province of #Kenya. The Samburu are a semi-nomadic pastoral people, distant cousins to the Maasai, who up until about ten years ago had little contact with the outside world.

The Samburu. They live in the foothills of Mount Kenya in the Rift Valley Province of #Kenya. The Samburu are a semi-nomadic pastoral people, distant cousins to the Maasai, who up until about ten years ago had little contact with the outside world.

Sorry for my summer absence everyone! Will be back soon with vengeance and here is daily life one of the  places I'm looking to visit in 2014: #Vietnam

Sorry for my summer absence everyone! Will be back soon with vengeance and here is daily life one of the places I'm looking to visit in 2014: #Vietnam

Over three years, photographer Jimmy Nelson travelled the world, ‘visiting more than 35 groups, tribes and people of indigenous cultures’ to create his incredible photo series, 'Before They Pass Away'.

Over three years, photographer Jimmy Nelson travelled the world, ‘visiting more than 35 groups, tribes and people of indigenous cultures’ to create his incredible photo series, 'Before They Pass Away'.

Here are a few selections from a group of remarkable photographs by Hans Sylvester of people in the Omo region of Ethiopia, an isolated and fertile volcanic valley where the soil provides an array of pigments -- red ochre, white kaolin, copper green, yellow or light gray ash.

Here are a few selections from a group of remarkable photographs by Hans Sylvester of people in the Omo region of Ethiopia, an isolated and fertile volcanic valley where the soil provides an array of pigments -- red ochre, white kaolin, copper green, yellow or light gray ash.

Photographs taken over the last five years by Hans Silvester, a German photographer, document the extraordinary body painting of the Surma and Mursi peoples of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia. Semi-nomadic warriors, they live primarily by keeping large herds of cattle; their only Western accessory seems to be the Kalashnikov rifles they trade with Sudanese tribes.

Photographs taken over the last five years by Hans Silvester, a German photographer, document the extraordinary body painting of the Surma and Mursi peoples of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia. Semi-nomadic warriors, they live primarily by keeping large herds of cattle; their only Western accessory seems to be the Kalashnikov rifles they trade with Sudanese tribes.