This Photographer Visited A Lost Mongolian Tribe And The Results Are Breathtaking

This Photographer Visited A Lost Mongolian Tribe And The Results Are Breathtaking

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Modern expansion has made it difficult for many of them to continue their way of life.

With the constant technological advancement and globalization of today’s society, the remaining traditional lifestyles of our world’s indigenous cultures are slowly trickling out of existence. Modern expansion has made it difficult for many of them to continue their way of life; however, a few of these ancestral cultures continue to persevere and thrive despite the odds they face.

Courtesy of photographer Hamid Sardar-Afkhami, captured here are the Dukha of Mongolia, a nomadic tribe that has been native to their region for centuries and have a deeply rooted, ancestral relationship with the plains they roam. The variety of wild life such as the wolves, bears, eagles, and reindeer that they share the land with serve as companions in the everyday lives of these nomads; a connection with nature long lost in much of today’s society.

H/T: The Mind Unleashed

 

 

 

 

 

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