Wednesday, 4 April 2012

sweet world of mine

My dear dreamers,

Next week everything we'll be back to normal and I'll write for you everyday. It's the time I need to keep everything organized and up-to-date.

You know I'm a big fan of nature. But I also enjoy to discover new cultures + new languages. It's fascinating how we're able to communicate in so many different mediums and ways. We have literature, music, fashion, voice, silence, sculpture, painting, animation, gesture, traditions, ad infinitum. We express feelings, emotions or ideas even when we don't want to.

So language is never a barrier. We can meet and talk with other people even if we don't speak a common language. We can understand ourselves no matter how different we are. Crazy, isn't it?

Today, I was looking for some Chinese culture references on Tumblr and I found a blog that made me wonder about how a collection of pictures can tell you so much about the world we live in. I saw so many faces, young and old, each one with its peculiar vestment. Each image showed a distinct tradition, a unique way of being. It's an astonishing view of what's around you. Sometimes we forget how beautiful Earth is; we're so blinded by fear that we forgot that snow is made of snowflakes. And there aren't two snowflakes alike. As there aren't two equal persons. Don't ever judge someone because she's different from you, but celebrate that uniqueness together.

Now it's time to show you the world:

Fakir leonid plotkin

Puja on the Ghats of Pushkar, Rajasthan, India   Charlottine

Les oiseaux  karbenzer

DSC_7722  denis chaibi

em be hmong  dan toan

Tapu War dancer - Arunachal Pradesh : Siang Valley, Adi Minyong tribe #11   foto_morgana

Poor old woman living in the Tarr dessert    fototraveller
suonatrice tatuata  armando moreschi

Pratima Rana  sabina green

1084  smeotti

Untitled dvlazar
Kathmandu Woman  tom stewart
Field Coverage: Cambodia  united nations photo

Untitled  dvlazar

Monks Praying ♥ dvlazar

Eastern Attire   khankayani

Kelly  erin michelle

Tongue Man  deepchi1
maiko, kyoto japan 日本・京都   michael chandler

Notice that The World and Its People is a collection of works by other artists. I credited them on each image. Check the blog and the artists, you won't regret it. There's so much more to see!


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