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Africa | Image from the National Geographic July 1982 publication 'Dan Tribe. Ivory Coast' © Michael and Aubine Kirtley

kicker of elves.

Dan Tribe Ivory Coast National Geographic July 1982 Michael and Aubine Kirtley

Only seven people in the world have this eye color and skin tone. Photo: Raquel Escudero Credit: National Geographic Location: Varanasi, India

Heavens Vacancy

“ only 7 people in the world have these type of eyes and this skin tone

The Afghan Girl 18 years later.  By Steve McCurry 2002

Desert Dreamer

soulful-faces: “ The Afghan Girl 18 years later. By Steve McCurry 2002 ”

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amydanielson:  sheslikeaghost:      National Geographic November 1999    gorgeous    Beauty.

tribally infused

amydanielson: “ sheslikeaghost: “ “ National Geographic November 1999 ” gorgeous ” Beauty. ”

I adore looking at images of women from all around the world! I am simply fascinated by their way of life! Smiles from all of these sources is what draws me. :)

Woman with nose jewellery

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A Yemeni Jewish bride wears a wedding costume styled centuries ago. Location:	Israel. | © James L Stanfield / National Geographic Stock

National Geographic Creative | Stock Photography, Royalty-Free Images, Motion and Talent

farmer with corn harvest, Siby, Mali | Jim Richardson, National Geographic

Feeding 9 Billion - National Geographic

When we think about threats to the environment, we tend to picture cars and smokestacks, not dinner. But the truth is, our need for food poses one of the biggest dangers to the planet.

“The Benevolent Dragon or Iguana”  Oaxaca, Mexico. Photographer: Holly Wilmeth, National Geographic, 2014

M∆TRIX BOT∆NIC∆

“The Benevolent Dragon or Iguana” Oaxaca, Mexico. March 2013 “Iguanas symbolize and teach the importance of respecting and remembering our dreams, facing our fears, and moving in the underworld. Their...

Welts, scars of beauty, pattern the entire back of a Nuba woman in Sudan, 1966.Photograph by Horst Luz, National Geographic Creative

National Geographic Found

Welts, scars of beauty, pattern the entire back of a Nuba woman in Sudan, 1966.Photograph by Horst Luz, National Geographic Creative

Africa | Wodaabe mother bathing her child.  Mokao.  Niger.  | Scan from National Geographic October 1983

the Wodaabe (people of the taboo) nomads of Niger, Mokao.

when Wodaabe greet each other, they cannot look each other directly in the eyes; during daylight a man cannot hold his wife’s hand in public, call her by her name, or speak to her in a personal way; parents may never talk directly to their first and second born children or refer to them by name. National Geographic October 1983

A nomadic Beni Amer boy wears his hair in mud-stiffened ringlets.  Location:	Eritrea, Ethiopia.  Photographer:	JAMES P. BLAIR/National Geographic Stock

1059118. A nomadic Beni Amer boy wears his hair in mud-stiffened ringlets. | National Geographic Creative

banana harvest in Sajiali, Bangladesh | Jim Richardson, National Geographic

Feeding 9 Billion - National Geographic

When we think about threats to the environment, we tend to picture cars and smokestacks, not dinner. But the truth is, our need for food poses one of the biggest dangers to the planet.

Li woman of Hainan Island in the South China Sea National Geographic, 1938, photo by T C Lau

Bartleby & Company

Li woman of Hainan Island in the South China Sea National Geographic September 1938 T C Lau

Buzzfeed: Logan Rhoades: 47 Stunning Photographs Of People From Around The World.  This is just amazing photography!  And character inspiration.  I just wish that this article mentioned where the people are from....

47 Stunning Photographs Of People From Around The World

Proof that beauty comes in all colors.

kicker-of-elves:  Zulu woman carrying water, South Africa National Geographic February 1984        Thomas Nebbia.

DYNAMIC AFRICA

kicker-of-elves: “ Zulu woman carrying water, South Africa National Geographic February 1984 Thomas Nebbia. ”