Man from Libya. Such a genuine face. This picture shows a man who is in true content. Again, my love for eyes- it pops up and is the focus of the piece. I also love the color and form of the headdress.

world eyes - souls Man from Libya. Such a genuine face. This picture shows a man who is in true content. Again, my love for eyes- it pops up and is the focus of the piece. I also love the color and form of the headdress.

Holi festival - by Antonio Gibotta - Traveler Photo Contest 2013 - National Geographic

Pink - rosa - Man - India - Holi festival - by Antonio Gibotta - Traveler Photo Contest 2013 - National Geographic

According to science, people of the earth began in Africa, and the more people migrated around the world, the more physical changes would develop because of adaptations to certain areas.  People who evolved in the same spot for a long time did not change much.

Sadhu wrapped in his dreads--"Baba Ji" by Laurent Auxietre, Katmandu, Nepal.

A beautiful smile from India. eyes  people and colours / colors of the world. potrait...we are all beautiful... faces..

Pinner wrote, "A beautiful smile from India. eyes people and colours / colors of the world.we are all beautiful.

Maori Warrior

Maori WarriorA Maori warrior with a ta moko (facial tattoo) performs a war haka (dance), Te Puia (New Zealand Maori Arts & Crafts Institute), Rotorua, New Zealand By Blaine Harrington photographer

Padaung People (Kayan or Long Neck) are the heritage one of the greatest treasures of the World. The Padaung is an ethnic minority of Myanmar, a tribe of the Kayan people, some Padaung people are migrant to western Thailand, Meahongson.

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 ” ”

✂️ | Fulani Woman

Wodaabe Women During the Gerewol Festivities (Nigerian African, Niger, Africa) -©Timothy Allen

Goldfinches ride on the head of a women in Kabul, Afghanistan. Thomas J. Ambercrombie-1968

'Woman shopping in Kabul, Afghanistan' for National Geographic Magazine ~ Photo by Thomas Abercrombie

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