This entry was posted on 19/11/2012 by jaguarod. It was filed under Photography and was tagged with 2010, Flores, Indonesia, Pali Volcano Inerie, Portraits, Southeast Asia, Traditional customs, Tribal shell necklace.
Gorgeous and so telling!
19/11/2012 at 9:22 pm
Gracias Conquistadoree…it brings me a lot of memories about this little forgotten village I visited. It was an incredible adventure…unique experience…but there is a lot of unique experiences out there waiting for all of us 😀 Over all it makes me feel a little bit sad, I wonder for how long will they be able to protect their identity, their customs, their traditions,their culture, their land…they were really fascinating people… how long will it take to all be forgotten in the name of progress…
I hope your travels are going fantastic Conquistadoree!
20/11/2012 at 1:49 pm
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