21 Stunning Photos Of Tribes That Are Completely Cut Off From Society

There are peoples who live isolated from the rest of the world and a British photographer was in charge of finding them to share the images of their lives.

Before they disappear without a trace, imagery expert Jimmy Nelson traveled five continents in search of the most remote tribes of our dominant cultures of East and West, to portray their lifestyles.

In total, the photographer from Sevenoaks, United Kingdom, visited 34 indigenous cultures from Mongolia to Indonesia and at the end of his trip published his project entitled Homage to Humanity. His main objective was to change the perception about the tribes confined in the corners of the world and for him it was a great experience:

“When I was 17 years old, I started a journey and it is still the journey I am on today. It’s about reconnecting and finding myself. I dressed him up and dressed him up with photography, tribes and indigenous cultures, but ultimately it’s a very personal journey of wanting to feel, survive and be alive.”

These are the best images of 21 indigenous tribes that Jimmy collected on his wild journey:

1. Hakamou’i Tribe, Ua Pou, French Polynesia

2. Cormorants of Yang Shuo, China

3. Masked dancers, Paro, Bhutan

4. Samburu Tribe, Kenya

5. Perak Women, Thikse Monastery, Ladakh, India

6. Atuona, Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands

7. Khoyor Tolgoi Hill, Mongolia

8. Huli Wigmen, Ambua Falls, Papua New Guinea

9. Ganges, Haridwar, India

10. Tarangire, Rift Escarpment, Tanzania

11. Ni Vanuatu Men Rah Lava Island, Vanuatu Islands

12. Ndoto Range, Kenya

13. Likekaipia Tribe in Jalibu Mountains, Papua New Guinea

14. Angge people, Mustang, Nepal

15. Te Aroha Mikaka & Bay of Islands, New Zealand

16. Paro Pass, Bhutan

17. Uramana Clan, Amuioan, Tufi, Papua New Guinea

18. Miao Town, China

19. Mount Bosavi Waterfall, Papua New Guinea

20. Cerro Cristal in Patagonia, Argentina

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