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Tsaatan, Mongolia

Tsaatan, Mongolia

Photographer : Jimmy Nelson (Kazakhs, nomadic people of western Mongolia)

Photographer : Jimmy Nelson (Kazakhs, nomadic people of western Mongolia)

Mongolia March 2011  Kazakhs eagle hunting  Photograph: Jimmy Nelson http://www.beforethey.com/tribe/kazakh

Mongolia March 2011 Kazakhs eagle hunting Photograph: Jimmy Nelson http://www.beforethey.com/tribe/kazakh

Mongolian camel riders.  From a random blog I stumbled upon while looking for the laughing little girl photo:  http://bayanjargal.com/

Mongolian camel riders. From a random blog I stumbled upon while looking for the laughing little girl photo: http://bayanjargal.com/

The Kazakhs are the descendants of Turkic, Mongolic and Indo-Iranian tribes and Huns that populated the territory between Siberia and the Black Sea.

The Kazakhs are the descendants of Turkic, Mongolic and Indo-Iranian tribes and Huns that populated the territory between Siberia and the Black Sea.

The Dukha train golden eagles to aid in their hunting. | A Lost Mongolian Tribe Was Rediscovered By A Photographer

A Photographer Recently Discovered A Lost Mongolian Tribe

The Dukha train golden eagles to aid in their hunting. | A Lost Mongolian Tribe Was Rediscovered By A Photographer

Shooting Film: 'Before They Pass Away' by Jimmy Nelson riding a reindeer like a horse snow covered mountains,

Shooting Film: 'Before They Pass Away' by Jimmy Nelson riding a reindeer like a horse snow covered mountains,

‘Before They Pass Away‘, photographer Jimmy Nelson

Before They Pass Away

Khampa Ladies | Tibet. Ornaments make up most of the life savings of many Khampa families. They are saved up for over many years and handed down for centuries from generation to generation within families. Until very recently, these families were nomadic ~ moving every few months because of the snowy seasons in the Himalayas ~ thus storing their wealth in portable form, such as art, precious fabrics and particularly jewellery and ornaments.

Khampa Ladies | Tibet. Ornaments make up most of the life savings of many Khampa families. They are saved up for over many years and handed down for centuries from generation to generation within families. Until very recently, these families were nomadic ~ moving every few months because of the snowy seasons in the Himalayas ~ thus storing their wealth in portable form, such as art, precious fabrics and particularly jewellery and ornaments.

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