Expression

"you see this is what people should think about when they hear the word smile.Not a beauty contestant smile a real one a smile of true and utter happiness"

Afghanistan woman. A refugee who became an iconic figure for National Geographic in 1985, found years later and re photographed34shb

The 'Afghan Girl'. Her Iconic Photo Appeared On The Cover Of National Geographic In Her Piercing Sea-Green Eyes - Became A Symbol Both Of The Afghan Conflict & Of The Refugee Situation Worldwide. She Was Finally Found & Rephotographed In

A young Shan tribe boy, undergoing a male rite of passage in northern Thailand by Kenneth Bamberg

A young Shan tribe boy, undergoing a male rite of passage in northern Thailand by Kenneth Bamberg by krystal

❤️Botswana

An older San woman wearing beaded tabs or medallions in her hair. San Bushman beads of the Kalahari Desert, Southern Africa

Africa | Islamic Amhara woman and baby in their village of Geech in the Simien Mountains in northern Ethiopia. These people are weavers and live high in the mountains | ©Robert Caputo

Islamic Amhara woman & baby in their village of Geech in the Simien Mountains in northern Ethiopia ©Robert Caputo

Bedouin Woman

Photo: Omani Burqa Ghareeba Hamed Said Fox al Harsousi, like other Bedouin women of her country, wears the distinctive Omani burqa, or mask. Saffron powder gives her face a yellow cast. Photograph by James L.

Berber woman

Rashida woman - Eritrea are an Arab tribe populating Eritrea and north-east Sudan. In many Rashaida migrated from Hejaz in present day Saudi Arabia into what is now Eritrea and north-east Sudan after tribal warfare had broken out in their homeland.

You haven't lost your #smile at all, it's right under your nose. You just forgot it was there.

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