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"A job to do ..." Young girl in Bareina, a small village in the dessert in Mauritania. | ©Ferdinand Reus.

Young girl in Bareina, a small village in the desert in Mauritania by Ferdinand Reus

The Greatest of These Is Love

‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are”. An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever.

Red and Yellow: by VoyageVisuel

In The Dunes of Kuri, India” by José Luís Fuentetaja Pinned by y Lezama Art

Africa | Father and daughter photographed in a small village (Gbolokai) in Liberia | ©️ Christopher Herwig.

Father and daughter photographed in a small village (Gbolokai) in Liberia by Christopher Herwig.

The small Island of Yap know for its Stone Money located in the South Pacific and is part of Micronesia.

Palau (Yap Islands) Folk Dance located in the South Pacific and is part of Micronesia. Time has stood still in this part of the world and the Yapese treasure even today their culture and tradition. Women walking around topless without a

Mauritania, Oualata.  More African doorway amazingness / color palette inspiration.

Oualata, Mauritania (North Africa) Lovely house Woodif Co Photo - Mauritania, Oualata.

Inspiring Mauritania from the Book African Canvas by Margaret Courtney-Clarke www.culturainquieta.com

archatlas: “ African Canvas Margaret Courtney-Clarke The Art of Africa is a casualty of colonial exploitation, surviving principally in the museums of other countries. ~ Nadine Gordimer ”My objective in this work is to document an extraordinary art.

(via Colors / Hand woven wool dyed with indigo. Ndalama African Desert Crafts)

Travelling along the Niger River in Mali; Vendor holding up a handwoven wood, indigo dyed blanket

South Africa by United Nations Photo, via Flickr

A woman from the Ndebele tribe in South Africa carries a traditional beer container. She wears a big necklace and geometric light blue, standing in geometric architecture.

from the Guarani Kaiowa tribe of the Amazon Rainforest // Photographer Rosa Gauditano -- click image for more photos

from the Guarani Kaiowa tribe of the Amazon Rainforest // Photographer Rosa Gauditano -- click image for more photos

Africa | Propped by rubble, logs, and faith, a family compound at Yenndouma, Mali, clings to a rock face. (National Geographic, 1969)

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