Photographer Terri Gold wants us to be reminded of “the fragility of tribal cultures”

Photographer Terri Gold captures the tribal rituals of nomadic cultures; prompting us to think about “the fragility of tribal cultures” and retrospect our own traditions.

“I have always had a passion to visually capture the rituals that define our lives and to create images that explore our human connections as they are formed,” Gold told The Huffington Post. “I am inspired by the different ways people find meaning in their lives, and how an individual explores their existence through their traditions. I love festivals and celebrations of every kind, where people let go and are living in the moment, the unguarded moment.”

Source: Photographer Captures The Hauntingly Beautiful Rituals Of Nomadic Life – The Huffington Post

 

 


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