Rainbows to B&W

April 03, 2015

Just one look at the contrast between traditional costumes of tribes that are worn on festivals and their normal day-to-day clothes makes me think that our rainbows are turning Black & White.

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Many of the elements are heirloom pieces containing animal trophies that were acquired by their ancestors. While the overall look is the same, every subtribe has its own unique signature costume. More images:
http://wovensouls.photoshelter.com/gallery/DANCES-NAGA-TRIBALS/G0000rHWaWrpHTgA/C0000L25oSUTO.BE

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April 2015

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Rainbows to B&W

Rainbows to B&W

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