winefinedarkchicks:

Young Sudanese Girl.
(She has beautiful eyes!)

winefinedarkchicks:

Young Sudanese Girl.

(She has beautiful eyes!)

(via blackmagicalgirlmisandry)

peaceloveandtea:

a sadhu lady.
a devotee of the goddess Tara , the tantric goddess kali, or shakti.

peaceloveandtea:

a sadhu lady.

a devotee of the goddess Tara , the tantric goddess kali, or shakti.

(via theveryedgeoftheworld-deactivat)

theveryedgeoftheworld:

The stonemason’s gaze - Himalayan people - SQ by Mathias Kellermann (as Titus1st) on Flickr.

theveryedgeoftheworld:

The stonemason’s gaze - Himalayan people - SQ by Mathias Kellermann (as Titus1st) on Flickr.

(via theveryedgeoftheworld-deactivat)

quietbystander:

untitled by Nate33 on Flickr.

quietbystander:

untitled by Nate33 on Flickr.

(via quietbystander-deactivated20131)

quietbystander:

theveryedgeoftheworld:

Kavieng detective, judge and policeman! New Ireland, Papua New Guinea by Eric Lafforgue on Flickr.

Ulul village, near Kavieng. This man is a local and traditionnal witchdoctor ( pouri pouri man, or luri luri man) who has a special power with his father: thanks to a bamboo stick, they can ask it (the bamboo) to show them the guilty man or woman of a robbery. The bamboo shows them the way and lead them to the robber!They can also kill the guilty person with the bamboo.Sometimes it is very far away, so they take the bus or a car with the bamboo (which is 2 meters long!).I read that in some african countries stones have the same power.You easily understand that when you live in kavieng, it’s a good idea to be friend with this witchdoctor!© Eric Lafforguewww.ericlafforgue.com

quietbystander:

theveryedgeoftheworld:

Kavieng detective, judge and policeman! New Ireland, Papua New Guinea by Eric Lafforgue on Flickr.

Ulul village, near Kavieng. This man is a local and traditionnal witchdoctor ( pouri pouri man, or luri luri man) who has a special power with his father: thanks to a bamboo stick, they can ask it (the bamboo) to show them the guilty man or woman of a robbery. The bamboo shows them the way and lead them to the robber!
They can also kill the guilty person with the bamboo.
Sometimes it is very far away, so they take the bus or a car with the bamboo (which is 2 meters long!).
I read that in some african countries stones have the same power.
You easily understand that when you live in kavieng, it’s a good idea to be friend with this witchdoctor!
© Eric Lafforgue
www.ericlafforgue.com

(via cultural-infusion)

pakizah:

Pushkar, India
Stefan Gries

pakizah:

Pushkar, India

Stefan Gries

(Source: bhagyawati, via cultural-infusion)

AFGHANISTAN. 1970’s to 1980’s. © Roland and Sabrina Michaud

AFGHANISTAN. 1970’s to 1980’s. 
© Roland and Sabrina Michaud

(Source: facebook.com)

Africa | Noble Iullimiden Tuareg man. Niger. Sahel 
 © Victor Engelbert

Africa | Noble Iullimiden Tuareg man. Niger. Sahel 

© Victor Engelbert

(Source: pinterest.com)

Fula Nomad.
© John Kenny 

Fula Nomad.

© John Kenny 

A young Samburu shepherd from the North of Kenya.
© John Kenny

A young Samburu shepherd from the North of Kenya.

© John Kenny

(Source: pinterest.com)

© Tiny Hand