Burma / Myanmar. Although they aren't African, this is evident in some Africa Tribes. This is proof that some traditions or habits in some cultures overlap with others that may be in some other place.

whatismyanmar: “One of the most beautiful and unique ethnics in Myanmar. They are known as “Padaung” ethnics among locals. themaxdavis: “ Kayan women with neck rings, Myanmar(Burma), 1994 by Steve McCurry ” ”

Graffiti NYC subway in the 70s

These photographs of the New York City subway system were taken mostly from the and early when graffiti was a mainstay on train .

Vintage NYC Subway | NYC subway in the bad old 1970's | NYC Subway. WHY I LEARNED HOW TO DRIVE

The graffiti doodling on a NYC subway car was the chosen wallpaper of the day

Subway rider on Lexington Avenue Line  (New York City, 1983) by Thomas Hoepker

Subway rider on Lexington Avenue Line New York City, 1983 Thomas Hoepker

Taking water from the well.

Taking water from the well.

Sorry, but if you want to have a haircut, you will come back after the siesta, bab Zweila, Cairo, Egypt

Sorry, but if you want to have the hair cut, you will come back after the…

Loikaw, Myanmar/Burma

Mother and child - Padaung tribe of Myanmar’s ethnic minori. The neck rings are a sign of prominence and beauty.

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: ARBORE PEOPLE: ETHIOPIA`S ANCIENT FASHIONABLE TRIBE AND SPECIALISTS IN SORGHUM CULTIVATION

The Arbore or Erbore are Cushitic agro-pastoral people dwelling in southwestern Omo Valley Ethiopia. Their population is estimated to .

Fresh Cut, A street Barber China

Fresh Cut, A street Barber China

Amazing photos from NYC Subways in the 70's and 80's, how much things have changed.

vintage everyday: New York Subway in the and

New York City in the 1980s Photography – Fubiz Media #graffiti #graffitiart https://www.etsy.com/shop/urbanNYCdesigns?ref=hdr_shop_menu

New York City in the 1980s Photography

new york city, 1980 - janet delanay

A young girl and her baby from the Hamar tribe. When a male relative wants to marry, a Hamar girl faces being beaten to create a 'blood debt' to remind him to help her if she goes through tough times in the future

Photographer's portraits of African tribes who can teach us happiness

German photographer Mario Gerth - A young girl and her baby from the Hamar tribe. When a male relative wants to marry, a Hamar girl faces being beaten to create a 'blood debt' to remind him to help her if she goes through tough times in the future

In an attempt to control the rampant prostitution in New Orleans in the early 1900’s, the City Council legalized prostitution in 1898 in a 38-block area of the French Corner. Dubbed, “Storyville,” after the council member who proposed the idea,

The 1912 Storyville Prostitutes from New Orleans (NSFW)

by E. J. Bellocq One of Storyville photographs, c.

occupational, lamp lighters? or are they holding some sort of floor rammers

Two workmen with rods and a lantern. Possibly lamp lighters.

Berbère jewelry

A young man designs jewelry in Morocco

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