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Beautiful...in college, studying Japanese, I learned about the cultural significance of the art and practice of Geisha. Its amazingly complex and elegant.   geisha

Beautiful...in college, studying Japanese, I learned about the cultural significance of the art and practice of Geisha. Its amazingly complex and elegant. geisha

Japanese archer wearing traditional Hakama, with her yumi and archer's glove (kyudo) -- on a side note, who keeps taking all these awesome photos of Japanese archers! Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Japanese archer wearing traditional Hakama, with her yumi and archer's glove (kyudo) -- on a side note, who keeps taking all these awesome photos of Japanese archers! Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Bodi ( or Mekan / Me'en ) live near the Omo river and are the neighbours of the Mursi.  Some women wear a small clayplate under their lower lip.  This is a statussymbol and means that they have had at least 3 children.  The Bodi are under a lot of pressure of the sugarcane factories that are being build in their territory.   © Steven Goethals  Join me on  Facebook

The Bodi ( or Mekan / Me'en ) live near the Omo river and are the neighbours of the Mursi. Some women wear a small clayplate under their lower lip. This is a statussymbol and means that they have had at least 3 children. The Bodi are under a lot of pressure of the sugarcane factories that are being build in their territory. © Steven Goethals Join me on Facebook

Itelmen woman. The Itelmen, sometimes known as Kamchadal, are an ethnic group who are the original inhabitants living on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia.

Itelmen woman. The Itelmen, sometimes known as Kamchadal, are an ethnic group who are the original inhabitants living on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia.

Yamagata Prefecture, with its soaring mountains and wide river valleys lies on the west side of Japan's Tohoku district, some 250 miles north of Tokyo.

Yamagata Prefecture, with its soaring mountains and wide river valleys lies on the west side of Japan's Tohoku district, some 250 miles north of Tokyo.

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