In Colombia, girls grow up in a world where they are seen as decorative objects – and where plastic surgery rules. For her new photoessay Beauties, Manuela Henao captures the teenagers shelling out fortunes for buttock implants, nose jobs and new breasts
The ferocity and bleakness of war, is something that has drawn the attention of photographers almost since the invention of photography. One aspect that has remained largely unseen by the general public, however, is the practice arena for these wars.
Masaai Warrior @ Nora De Angelli _ Nomadic people still living in clay huts, warriors perform the ceremonial Masai dance Adumu, “the jumping dance” which leads them into a trance while chanting religious songs praising their ancestors.