They live by their own rules.
French photographer Eric Lafforgue (Eric Lafforgue), has traveled half the world and collected a huge collection of stunning images. The photographer manages to talk about entire nationalities through the expressions on the faces of ordinary people: their eyes, smile, traditional clothing, gestures.
Eric Lafforgue, cooperating with “The National Geographic”, “Geo”, “Around the world”, BBC. “Traveling around the world, you see with my own eyes what was previously seen only on TV. The most important thing I have learned from my travels is that every country, whatever its political regime, live the same people as we are! Meeting with them, you start to look differently at the country as a whole.” – Eric Lafford.
We are always interested to learn about how people live in different parts of the world. Globalization has long made Europeans look at each other. But people not so developed countries where there are still old traditions and customs of their ancestors, they live very differently and their faces are very different from those of civilized white people. Eric recently visited Angola and has made a nice series of photos. Look at these people and their way of life, before they disappear.
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