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Sabrida Shing One of the few rare women to take on the the task of becoming a Brahmin. She has not cut her hair since her husband died, making the ends of the dreadlocks over 10 years old. Kathmandu, Nepal Shot by Joey L

Joey Lawrence has made several trips over the past few years to India and Ethiopia in order to create a larger body of work centered around Holy Men from all around the world.

Aba Takelabe Aberha of Aba Yohannis monastery, Northern Ethiopia.I came from my village, from the countryside to learn. I didn’ I preferred to stay here. I’ve been here for 43 years.© JOEY L

Ethiopian boy in a cavern church:  "Fear?  I have no fear because I follow God."

Varanasi is the epicenter of the Hindu faith, like Jerusalem to Christians and Mecca to Muslims. In this new series, Joey L, passioned photographer focuses on t

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“Our goats are very valuable to us and a respected member of the tribe. They give us both food and clothing.” - Oudulomasha, Bodi Me’en Tribe, Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia. by Joey L. - NYC-based Photographer and Director

Sacred tree and  Aman Bajik - Mentawai tribe member, Rorogot clan. Siberut, Indonesia   www.villabuddha.com  huur onze villa op Bali aan het strand  € 1495,- per week inclusief personeel en chauffeur

Sacred tree and Aman Bajik - Mentawai tribe member, Rorogot clan. Siberut, Indonesia - Joey L

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Holy Men of Varanasi, India. Lal Baba’s life is to travel. Even at 85 years old, he will continue to travel from holy place to holy place in India and Nepal. Photo by: Joey L via Neil

The Hamar are a agro-pastoral tribal group living amongst the many diverse ethnic groups that occupy Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley. A complex belief system with deep animistic roots intertwines their daily lives with their livestock, a central part of Hamar culture. The women are well known for putting beautiful red river clay in their hair and skin.
 (Left to right): Buli Ure, Kydo Damo, Godi Mana, Kaja Kala, Bazo Damo, Wollyso Muga, Keli Kyma, Godi Kala, Wotu Shada, Kyla Mama and Bulla Ure.

The Hamar are a agro-pastoral tribal group living amongst the many diverse ethnic groups that occupy Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley. Joey L.

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Lal Baba by Joey L. - When he was young, Lal Baba’s parents arranged a marriage for him. Uncertain about his future, he ran away from home in Bihar Siwan and took up the lifelong task of becoming a sadhu.

A good start to my Ideal Home

Beautiful {Victorian} Home! Paint your porch ceiling a color! -- pssst - this is the proper sky blue for porch ceilings.