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Viola Gypsy: Gypsy dice: Io amo queste cose .... Gypsy

A glamour shot of Penelope Tree surrounded by beautiful antique textiles. Vintage Vouge Vogue: Penelope Tree in Kashmir, 1969

“Girl at Rolling Stones concert” is probably one of the most iconic images from the late sixties, but we never really had a name. Until now. I was researching something Marianne Faithfull related when I came across an article about the Stone’s free concert in Hyde Park, London in 1969. It has a shot of this girl and the caption reads: “Hats off to teenage fashion … as displayed by the eye-catching sequins worn by Pamela Donaldson (…)”. Unfortunately I could not find any…

"Girl at Rolling Stones concert" : Stone’s free concert in Hyde Park, London in The caption reads: “Hats off to teenage fashion … as displayed by the eye-catching sequins worn by Pamela Donaldson (…)”. Photo by Ian Harris,

He wears these colors so well.  Kalbeliya Gypsy, Nomadic People of the Rajasthan Desert, Pushkar, India..Dressed in full regalia, Suresh, the Kalbeliya Gypsy group leader is ready to play his tablas drums..The Kalbeliya Gypsy people are known as the snake charmer caste. The women are skilled dancers and are accompanied by men playing percussion and wind instruments. The Kalbeliya were once hired to entertain great kings and maharajahs.

Kalbeliya Gypsy people are known as the snake charmer caste. The women are skilled dancers and are accompanied by men playing percussion and wind instruments. The Kalbeliya were once hired to entertain great kings and maharajahs.

1973 // Trending : Turbans // 1969 & 70's Boho Rockstar Street + Stage Style // The Jet Set // Glam Bohemian Mashup // Designer Fashion Ideas + Inspiration

1973 // Trending : Turbans // 1969 & Boho Rockstar Street + Stage Style // The Jet Set // Glam Bohemian Mashup // Designer Fashion Ideas + Inspiration

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Sleeping on the top bunk. Arnaud Petit and Stephanie Bodet at camp route Rainbow Jambaia, Salto Angel

Africa << How do they get down?!

Stilts have been around for thousands of years. Believed to have originated in China to traverse through flooded land. They are also used to celebrate the receding floods using colourful costumes, singing and dancing.

Christ the Redeemer statue

Knee-knocking, palm-sweating, terrifying heights (33 photos)

Base jump off "Cristo Redentor" (Christ the Redeemer) statue of Jesus of Nazareth in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; by Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner in

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