For The Last 10 Years, Ive Been Traveling To Inaccessible Corners Of The World And Photographing Indigenous People (30 Pics)

Alexander Khimushin. I am a traveling photographer born and raised in Sakha (Yakutia) – the coldest region of the world and one of the most isolated regions of Siberia. 10 years ago, I packed a backpack and set out on a journey that continues to this day, traveling alone to the most remote and inaccessible corners of the world. Visiting Indigenous People and learning about their cultures and traditional ways of living has become the most inspiring experience of my life. The last several years I dedicated to The World In Faces photo project that showcases the incredible diversity of our multicultural world through photo portraits and personal stories of Indigenous People. I made it my mission to tell the …

I Show The Cultural Differences Between Japan And Other Countries (50 Pics)

40 reply View More Replies… #2 Eating Noodles Slurping noodles to eat in Japan is perfectly fine and it is said that they will taste better too. 27 reply #3 No Service Charge And Tips 33 reply View More Replies… #5 Station Masters 32 reply #9 The Last Stop If you fall deep asleep on the bus in the US, it may be your last stop… 42 reply View More Replies… #10 Toilets The toilets are always wet in Malaysia and there’s always no toilet papers. 14 reply View More Replies… #11 Tattoos If the tattoo is small, it can be covered with plaster to enter into the public bath houses or swimming pool. 68 reply #12 Celebrating Christmas Strangely …