A young boy in a small village school in Bangladesh

Harpoon fishermen, Dili, Timor-Leste

A pretty young girl from the Mossi tribe in Burkina Faso

A young Toraja girl at a funeral in Rantepao, Sulawesi (Indonesia)

This intimidating and sinister-looking carnival group known as Lanset Kod, symbolises Haiti’s struggle against slavery. The men are covered with a mixture of charcoal and cane syrup, and run through the crowds, spreading fear while attempting to smear their gunk over anyone who gets in their way.

A young girl we met in Oman

Flower Market, Manila


Two Uyghur men solve the world's problems in Kashgar, China

Boatman on the Tallo River in Sulawesi (Indonesia)

Reena, on her wedding day in Sikar, India

A young Turkana herder in Kenya

The handsome captain of our small sailing ship in Djibouti

Yasmina in Lotfallah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran

A lady selling cloves on the side of the road in Comoros

Crowds at Jacmel Carnival. Haiti

Mariel, originally from Dominican Republic, having fun in a pub in London

Dig for Victory Show in Wraxall, UK

Winter fun with Francesca

Hmong man in Ban Pho Lang Chang village, Laos

Devotee turning a prayer wheel in Alchi Monastery, Ladakh, India

A woman carrying water from the well in a small village in Ghana


A young child from the El Molo tribe, Lake Turkana, Kenya

An old man with traditional Banaue clothing, Philippines

Mother and child on Don Khone Island, Laos

Woman picking rice near Kantanagar, Bangladesh


Sadhu at Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu, Nepal

Seen at Bristol Comic Con, UK

Selfie in Zadar, Croatia

Taking a selfie in Ketu Kesu UNESCO Heritage site in Sulawesi

Selfie - the beautiful Jen.

Playing chess in Plaza de Colón, Dominican Republic

The beautiful and talented Kate

A young girl at Sengang Market, Indonesa

Two young boys play on a homemade bicycle in Angostinha Neto, São Tomé

School children at Ecole A, Burkina Faso

The late, great, Stephanie

We met this family in southern Ethiopia, and they asked us to take their portrait and send it to them, which we did. I think it is a fascinating insight into cultural priorities and values that they grabbed the goats for the family picture, but not the cute little puppy: the goats convey their wealth whereas the dogs are just chattel.

Young Toraja boy in traditional clothing, Indonesia

One of the living history group "The Ragged Victorians" at SS Great Britain, UK

Suspicious eyes, Flores Island, Indonesia

A man from the Hadzabe tribe in Tanzania, the last full-time hunter-gatherers in Africa

An old man in Yemen

A nun at Likir Monastery, Ladakh (India)

Ablutions at Galtaji Temple, Jaipur, India

Trader in the fishmarket in Makassar, Sulawesi

Jen and Simon

The Flaming Feathers Burlesque Dance Troupe

Temple blessing in Bali

Surfers on The Severn Bore, UK

Mother and child, Tibet


On her way to mass in Rantepao, Indonesia

Happy monks in Rumtek Monastery, India

A farmer in Yangshuo, China

Goat herder in Rajasthan, India

One of the Ragged Victorians, Dean Heritage Centre, UK

Widows in a small settlement in the Southern Highlands of Papua New Guinea

Manaue girls in their traditional dress, Philippines

A young child from the Afar tribe in Djibouti

A beautiful lady in Guilegnora, Burkina Faso

An 89-year old woman from the Ifugao ethnic tribe in the Philippines

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