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Fascinating! I like all of the detail and it is incorporated tastefully.

Fascinating! I like all of the detail and it is incorporated tastefully.

Surma tribesmen, Omo Valley, Ethiopia. by Hans Silvester. *During the courtship season, Surma men spend hours perfecting their appearance. They create their principal body decoration by smearing the skin with a mixture of chalk and water and drawing intricate designs with their wet fingertips to expose the skin underneath (Monika Ettlin).

Surma tribesmen, Omo Valley, Ethiopia. by Hans Silvester. *During the courtship season, Surma men spend hours perfecting their appearance. They create their principal body decoration by smearing the skin with a mixture of chalk and water and drawing intricate designs with their wet fingertips to expose the skin underneath (Monika Ettlin).

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Ethiopian Tribes, Suri on Fotopedia

Ethiopian Tribes, Suri on Fotopedia

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Little boy from the Omo Valley, Ethiopia | ©Hans Silvester

Little boy from the Omo Valley, Ethiopia | ©Hans Silvester

Suri young boys...  Tribes of Omo Valley, Ethiopia    portaits of tribes peoples from the South Omo Valley in Ethiopia

Suri young boys... Tribes of Omo Valley, Ethiopia portaits of tribes peoples from the South Omo Valley in Ethiopia

kaitsubasaurus: Traditional Maldivian. Photo by Shifaz Huthee “One did not simply put on a Dhivehi Libaas. It was a symbol. The outspoken celebration of a girl becoming a woman. To wear one was to show pride in, and embrace one’s feminine-hood. Worn only on special occasions like your wedding ceremony or in the presence of royalty, boavalhu elhi libaas was the ultimate image of beauty and perfection among Maldivians.”

kaitsubasaurus: Traditional Maldivian. Photo by Shifaz Huthee “One did not simply put on a Dhivehi Libaas. It was a symbol. The outspoken celebration of a girl becoming a woman. To wear one was to show pride in, and embrace one’s feminine-hood. Worn only on special occasions like your wedding ceremony or in the presence of royalty, boavalhu elhi libaas was the ultimate image of beauty and perfection among Maldivians.”

Scarification, Omo River, Ethiopia Photo credit: © Isabel Muñoz

Scarification, Omo River, Ethiopia Photo credit: © Isabel Muñoz

Photos by J. Blakeney

Photos by J. Blakeney