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˚Uro Girl - Peru

Camera: Nikon Lens: Nikon AF Photo taken in: Titicaca Lake Puno Peru

Faces of Peru

Beautiful Inigenous Peruvian woman w/ baby llama and hawk on her arm.

A Q'eros elder stands in the mist wearing traditional alpaca wool clothing and embroidery. The Q'eros, a traditional Quecha people living in the Peruvian Andes,  are considered the last direct descendants of the Incas.

A Q'eros elder stands in the mist wearing traditional alpaca wool clothing and embroidery. The Q'eros, a traditional Quecha people living in the Peruvian Andes, are considered the last direct descendants of the Incas.

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

The Tuareg Tribe. The men wear the veils not the women. Keeps them protected from sun and sand, but also keeps them confined and anti-social. "Blue Men of the Desert" because the blue indigo that the fabric is dyed in rubs off on their skin. Turbans can be made with 16.5 feet of fabric.

The Tuareg Tribe. The men wear the veils not the women. Called the Blue Men of the Desert because the indigo dye in their cloth rubs off on their skin giving it a blue tinge.

Scottish Bagpiper in his traditional costume, Scottish Highlands

Scottish Bagpiper in his traditional costume, Scottish Highlands - bagpipe music wanted for processional

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