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Thomas Kelly | Holden Luntz Gallery

"Body Language: The Yogis of India and Nepal" at the Rubin Museum of Art. Striking color photographs by Thomas L. Kelly capture extraordinary-looking male sadhus (as well as a female sadhvi), famously known as ascetics and yogis of South Asia.

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INDIA: Green Goddess: Clearly a representation thereof in some Indian Religion.

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Papua New Guinea Little girl waiting for her sing-sing group to start dancing again. by Dawn Jostiak

People of the world

Beautiful portrait photography images celebrating cultural diversity and individual uniqueness around the world.

Portrait of a Jordanian woman © Jeff & Janelle

A woman modeling what I believe is an antique Bedouin face veil from Jordan, and an antique kirdan necklace of the style made in Kerak and Nablus.

John Kenny Photography

Northern Kenya Beautiful Photography by John Kenny taken with Africa's remotest tribes. Fine art prints in black and white, also colour, are available to buy in signed, limited editions. Facing Africa: the book is out now

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Man As Art - Malcolm Kirk: Huli tribesman, Laluba area, Southern Highlands, Papua New Guinea

Inspiring photos: 25 mind blowing and powerful portraits from around the world

Inspiring photos: 25 mind blowing and powerful portraits from around the world

“ Photo of an old Samburu woman taken in the outskirts of Maralal in Northern Kenya. Asked about her about her age, all she could say was, that she was born in the year after the big drought. “But age doesn’t matter”, she says.

Papua New Guinea | Mendi girl, Unjamap village, Southern Highlands. Image from the publication Man As Art: New Guinea. | © Malcolm Kirk

Papua New Guinea, Mendi girl, Unjamap village, Southern Highlands. Image from the publication Man As Art : New Guinea.

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Africa

Snake Sect Sadhu (Magh Mela) © Tom Carter Pictures of India (by India Photography)

Snake Sect Sadhu (Magh Mela) © Tom Carter Pictures of India by India Photography, via Flickr
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