Stunning photos of how tribes around the world are approaching modernity
Over the last century, tribes are being driven from their lands and traditions, and forced to embrace a majoritarian view of life. They are now in varying stages of reconciliation with ‘us’, the outsiders, with our notions of modernity and progress. However, with climate change and global warming at our doorstep, there’s a growing awareness of learning from indigenous tribal wisdom in protecting our environment, and changing the way we think about life on this planet
Image by : Wolfgang Kaehler
A Kazakh eagle hunter with his golden eagle at a ger, a portable dwelling near the city of Ölgii in western Mongolia. The Kazakhs of western Mongolia are known for hunting with eagles, and each year, between February and April, around 200 families make the 150 km trip across the Altai Mountains, in temperatures of up to 40 degrees Celsius on their spring nomadic migration, that happens annually.