Previously I made a post on ‘breathtaking photos’ telling stories of people all over the world. Those photos were truly breathtaking and today, I’ve got more beautiful pictures to share with you. All photos were gotten from this twitter handle “@stororiesof people” I’m sure we all love to see beautiful pictures. Like I described in my previous post, ‘your wall paper will never be this awesome’ photography makes me happy and seeing beautiful pictures of different people expressing their different cultures makes it even better. These photos are not just beautiful but they really express our cultural differences in the most unique way possible. Seeing an array of beautiful pictures for me will always be a stress reliever. It reminds me that no matter how stressed I might be or how bad the day is going, there’s still some beauty out there to put a smile on my face even though it doesn’t take all the pain away. I’ve always wanted to get a camera to capture most of life’s beautiful moments. Moments like the sunset in its radiant colors, a bird flying with its wings fully stretched, the beautiful sunrise etc. I hope I’ll achieve this dream one day but until then, I’ll keep searching the web for beautiful pictures and share them with you so you can also partake in the joy these photos gives me.
- A woman of the Omotic Hamer tribe of Ethiopia. Note the interesting hair. The collar means she is married.
- Maldivian model Raudha Athif
- A small girl with “wolf skin” disease
- A young girl’s face is painted for a festival honoring the guardian deity Angalamman, “the fiercest form.”
- This young Nenet boy in Siberia plays in -30 degrees
- Potter in Myanmar
- Parkour in the Gaza Strip
- Girl from an Orphan school in Pakistan
- Parade Performers, San Vicente del Raspeig, Spain
- Chief midwife holds a newborn baby boy she has just delivered by flashlight – hospital in Gabu, Guinea-Bissau
- Brother and Sister trying to race a train on their horse in Chiapas, Mexico
- Man in Aztec costume jumps
- Moments after giving birth a mother laughs hysterically at her husband who just fainted at the sight of their newborn son, 1986
- Little Iraqi girl
5 generations of women
- Costa Rican gold miners taking a break
- South American native baby and doctor
- Man comforts his son before being deported to Mexico after 16 years in the US
- A young monk finds a perfect light source to read his book inside of his pagoda in Old Bagan, Burma
- Coffee farmer’s son
Like I mentioned in my last post, these Photos goes above and beyond (literally and figuratively) to tell the stories of people all around the world. I really can’t stop smiling from these beautiful pictures above. There’s something about each of them that whispers joy and gladness to my soul. It’s that deep for me. I can connect to each and every one of them which makes photography so beautiful because you might feel something different from what I felt. Each of these photos has its uniqueness and you can literally say something beautiful about each of them.
Analyzing the photos:
Your experience as you look as these photos seamlessly combine what I call happiness in its pure form. Tell me you didn’t say aww when you saw one or two photos above. I’m sure we’ll all have several reactions. Wolf skin disease is a condition that affects many parts of the body. It causes changes in our appearance, delayed growth and development, intellectual disability, and seizures. Read more.. The little girl in the photo above is still able to pull a beautiful smile despite all the difficulties she must be going through. This photo reminds me to just smile regardless of what I may be going through in life. Growing up, my father’s always had these two sayings ‘reading maketh a man’ and ‘he who’s tired of reading is tired of living’. The beautiful picture of the monk finding a perfect light source to read his book reminds me of those moments. It’s such a beautiful moment to witness the birth of a child. Their first cry, breathing in their first air are such precious moments. I’ve been opportune to witness a few live births and it definitely made me smile. I’ve always had a thing for beautiful eye colors. Blue, brown, hazel, gray. I’ve even considered getting a contact lens. Just kidding. The Maldivian model is not only beautiful but to have such an amazing beautiful eye color is a big plus and I can only hope to meet her someday. You never know where the window of opportunity may open. In conclusion, these beautiful pictures above are worth a million words. Feel free to leave a comment telling me which is your favorite photo.
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