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An indigenous person of the Omo Valley in Ethiopia. Photography by Hans Silvester.

Surma and Mursi body art Omo Valley, East Africa Photo by Hans Silvester from the book "Natural Fashion: Tribal Decoration from Africa"

These traditional native clothing are mesmerizing, from the jewelry down to the footwear

Hamer people, Ethiopia [Oh yeah? Well my auntie made my dress and I am totally spectacular. Oh and btw, I'm going Amurrica to play ball with the Phoenix Mercury.

Wodaabe men at the Gerewol festivities, Niger | ©Marti Brown

Wodaabe men participating in the Yaake dance during the Gerewol Festival ~ Niger, Africa ©Marti Brown

Mongolian Headdress

BEAUTY WITHOUT BORDERS: Mongolian headdress. One of the most colorful and original items of Mongolian national dress is the traditional head wear. The Mongolian headdresses differs in shape and purpose.

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Love these smiles! joyful youth in India When was the last time you saw so many children enjoying the simple pleasure of climbing a tree in your neighborhood? Some things, money can't buy.

Capacité d’aimer et d’être aimé(e). Vous accorder de l’importance aux relations intimes avec les autres, en particulier celles dans lesquelles la confiance et l’attention sont réciproques. Les personnes desquelles vous vous sentez les plus proches sont celles qui se sentent proches de vous. #amitié #powerpatate #24forces

Make friends of all races!no one is born racist! People teach that to their children. After all Jehovah god does not aprove of it.

En Shalla likes Desert Dreamer. Explore the Middle East with theculturetrip.com or check out our pages; http://theculturetrip.com/middle-east/.

Women of the African Ark - Rashaida woman dancing, Eritrea. Photography by Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

Kayapo boy. *The Kayapo people are indigenous peoples in Brazil, from the plain islands of the Mato Grosso and Pará in Brazil, south of the Amazon Basin and along Rio Xingu and its tributaries.

*The Kayapo people are indigenous peoples in Brazil, from the plain…

Laughing together..

The children are using lotus's leaf as a hat, avoiding from the hot sun . and pretending like fashionable models - Photo by Kong Tam.

"He ain't heavy, he's my brother."   [That quote became the slogan of Boys' Town USA many years ago.]       "He ain't heavy, he's my brother."

He ain’t heavy….He’s my brother darksilenceinsuburbia: He ain’t heavy….He’s my brother (via darksilenceinsuburbia)

Obiceiuri ritualice Africane autentice!

Surma people, Omo Valley, Ethiopia by Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

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