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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Before Swalhm - British Photographer Specialized in Filming Endangered Tribes

Jamie Nelson, the famous British photographer, documented the  customs and traditions of primitive tribes that have not yet extinct, and spread in parts of the globe, in a work entitled "Before Swalhm", through pictures make you feel that you are in bygone eras.


One of these tribes, the tribe of western Mongolia Kazakhs. In the winter hunting season, showing an image of a traditional fisherman aboard a horse, wearing a big fur hat and accompanied by a huge golden eagle. Then Papua New Guinea occupies the eastern part of the second largest island in the world. And fall prey to the volcanoes, earthquakes and tidal waves, which is found in the largest state in terms of multilingualism, which includes 700 languages.

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