Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Images from a Lost World



1. Onas family - Tierra del Fuego.

2. Adornments. Solomon Islands.

3. Andaman Boy with his father's bones (Andaman Islands, India).

4. Dogon ritual dance masks - southeast of Timbuktu, Mali.

5. Hmong (Meo) women in wedding clothes. Vietnam (Tonkin).

6. Two Moi tribesmen in a hut built on piles, southern Annam, Vietnam.

7. Algonquin shaman, Canada.

8. Aboriginal people with their shaman and sacred pole, Australia.

9. Group of Ainu people, Japan.

10. Araucanian graveyard, Chile.

11. Cleaning wells. Southern Tunis.

12. Eskimos with their tent make of skins, Greenland.

13. Indian turner.

14. Young Abyssinian playing the lyre.

15. Woman in mourning, Madagascar.

16. Fetish Priest Hazena. Niger.

17. Sakai boy blow the dart from the sumpit (blowgun), Malaysia.

18. Two Patamona indigenous build a boat, Guyana.

7 comments:

Janas said...

Scans source: Jean Brunhes - Images du Monde. Races - Firmin Didiot, Paris, 1930.

Laura Ottina said...

Beautiful and haunting, thank you for posting

Janas said...

Hi Laura, welcome and thanks for visiting my blog.

Andrew Brown said...

Very powerful images. Thank you.

Janas said...

My pleasure, Andrew. Thanks and welcome.

Paul Marian Heinrich said...

This is beautiful collection of photos and I thank You for sharing it with us, kind regards - Paul

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Janas said...

Welcome on my blog, Paul and thank you for the nice comment.
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