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Dogon masked performers, Mali - I wonder if they are heavy.

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From Parures Africaines; text by Denise Paulme and Jacques Brosse, photographs by M. Huet [et. al], 1956

Papua New Guinea   - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Sepik Tambaran dancers from Papua New Guinea.

Dogon mask dance, tireli, pays dogon, mali | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

15 Mesmorizing Images Of The Mysterious Dogon Tribe

Dogon Mask Dancer - Mali, Africa

A fashion outlet crafted from my overactive imagination

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Dogon tribe Dancers in Mali

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Like most carnival celebration, alcohol is consumed in abundance, and as a result the busos are extremely merry throughout the day

The terrifying costumed festival in Hungary held to scare off winter

Like most carnival celebration, alcohol is consumed in abundance, and as a result the busos are extremely merry throughout the day

Africa | People wear a "Dan" mask at the agricultural Festival of Ignames of the Yacouba tribe in Cote d'Ivoire. | Image and caption © Charles & Josette Lenars

A very serene Dan Stilt Dancer Mask, field collected from a village near a town called "Man". This mask consists or wood, cowrie shells real teeth metal bel

Mask Festival, Dédougou, Burkina Faso

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Africa, West Africa, Mali, Dogon Country, Bandiagara escarpment, Masked Ceremonial Dogon Dancers near Sangha by GHProductions | Stocksy United

Africa, West Africa, Mali, Dogon Country, Masked Ceremonial Dogon Dancers near Sangha by GHProductions

Indigenous Inspiration.  Kwa Zulu Natal. 1959.

kivatextiles: “ Speaking with Beads: Zulu Arts from Southern Africa, Jean Morris and Eleanor Preston Whyte 1994 ”

Africa | Minganji masquerader, near Gungu, DR Congo. 1951 | ©Eliot Elisofon.

Pende Minganji masked dancers, Guardians of initiation camp, D.Congo, near Gungu. Photographed by Eliot Elisofon in 1951

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Feather masks, New Guinea. Postcard, Australia.

Feather masks, New Guinea. Postcard, Australia.

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