Saturday, July 17, 2010

And Not One Copy of Vogue Was Referred To

the omo tribe of ethiopia
I was on a blog tour yesterday and paid Enzi Shahmiri a visit. I was riveted to the gallery of still photographs, by Hans Sylvester, she is showing of the Omo people of Ethiopia. Take a look at the way they use their bodies as a canvas. These people have nothing to refer to except nature itself and they use only natural vegetation for their personal adornment. PLEASE go and see for yourselves, I promise you will not be disappointed.
the omo tribe of ethiopia
the omo tribe of ethiopia

4 comments:

vinoth said...

Hi designer charming girl....you have a wonderful blog...apart from visiting your blog.. i feel to drop a comment for you here at your blog...since you have a wonderful contents,,,really ..for a non native english speaking person like me...this blog helps to improve communication by reading the contents....

I would like to keep in touch with u as a blogger and also as a friend...

thank u...nice blog

handmadecharlotte said...

hi! i love this!! i mean really beautiful!! i thought this was some stylist somewhere! i love it!

Jessica said...

I just stumbled across your blog, which is beautifully inspiring. Thanks for the recommendation on Enzi's blog - the photos are stunning and I can't wait to peruse.

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rouge said...

No copies of Vogue, no petro-chemicals, no mass produced items. Thank you very very much for that Di. It's beautiful beyond words. I have been busily sending the link all over the world.