Happy smiling and laughing group of indian boys in the streets of Sabalpura, Rajasthan, India. Real People Editorial Portraits.
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Young pacific islander from the local kanak people tribe, the original inhabitants of New Caledonia, jumping from wooden jetty with a backflip into the turquoise lagoon at the Beach of Noumea, New Caledonia. Noumea, New Caledonia, South West Pacific Ocean
Senior Chinese Man. BW Portrait. Zhao Xing, China
Man working in the old traditional moroccan leather and textile tanning, dyeing tannery pits in the medina of Fez (Fes), Morocco, North Africa.
Smile. Senior Woman Portrait, Rajasthan, India
Young burmese buddhist novice monk standing in the middle of a candle lit tomb. Real People Portrait. Old Bagan, Myanmar, South East Asia.
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Burmese woman in traditional clothing standing inside a Buddhist temple, lighting candles worshipping and praying to Buddha. Ambient natural light beams shining through the window of the temple pagoda. Bagan, Mandalay, Myanmar, Asia.
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Two happy young Burmese buddhist novice monks in their typical clothing having fun together walking along monastery archway with bright smiles. Bagan, Mandalay Region, Myanmar.
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Traditional chinese 75 year old senior fisherman in traditional clothes on his wooden fishing raft with two cormorants throwing a old fishing net into the Li River water in the early morning fog light shortly after sunrise. Xing Ping, Yangshuo County, Guangxi, Guilin, China.
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Little Kanak Girl at natural beach of Maré Island, Loyality Islands, New Caledonia. Black and White Portrait. The Kanak people are the indigenous Melanesian inhabitants of New Caledonia an overseas collectivity of France in the southwest Pacific. The word ‘Kanak’ is derived from kanaka maoli, a hawaiian word which was applied indiscriminately by European explorers and missionaries in Oceania to any non-European Pacific islander. The population of Maré Island (Île Maré), a small 42 km long and 16 to 33 km wide island, is about 6900 people, of mainly Melanesian heritage, less than 2% of the population is of European ancestry. Maré Island is a small raised coral atoll, a former atoll that has been lifted about 120 meters.