Brent Stirton. Componenti della tribù sukuma, nella Tanzania occidentale, durante una danza che simboleggia la caccia al leone.
Nashville in Neon, 2010 - Photograph by Will Van Overbeek - “This two-block strip of Lower Broadway is the hottest spot in Nashville if you’re there to hear music,” says photographer Will van Overbeek. “There’s all this great neon and people walking across the street with stand-up bass fiddles. This couple was working that rockabilly look.”
Fireworks illuminate the Eiffel Tower in Paris during Bastille Day celebrations late Monday, July 14, 2014. Bastille Day marks the July 14, 1789, storming of the Bastille prison by angry Paris crowds that helped spark the French Revolution.
Traveler Photo Contest - Asher Svidensky - National Geographic
( - p.mc.n.) Kenia. Masai Men Painted for an Eunoto Ceremony. « Trattiamo bene la terra su cui viviamo: essa non ci è stata donata dai nostri padri, ma ci è stata prestata dai nostri figli » (Proverbio Masai) www.tripaz.net
Indian widows colorfully break a 400-year-old taboo to celebrate the festival of Holi
On March 21, thousands of widowed women gathered at temples in Vrindavan in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh to celebrate the spring festival of Holi. In doing so, they violated a 400-year-old Hindu tradition. Orthodox Hinduism demands that women renounce earthly pleasures after the death of their husbands and live out their days in worship. These women often are ostracized by the society and considered cursed.