NOVEMBER 2012 BACK ISSUE by Chris Rainier Cultures on the Edge is the latest book by National Geographic Fellow and photographer, Chris Rainier.  It is a collection of more than 100 photographs taken over the last 30 years and focuses on traditional communities and cultures living on the edge of change in a modern world. To read Chris’s very personal essay, A Life Chosen click here Tureg in Sahara Desert, Niger. Buddha head Banyon tree, Thailand. Bull Mask, Death Festival, Burkina-Faso West Africa. Butterfly Masks, Bono tribe, Burkina-Faso, West Africa. Cambodian Monk, Bayon Temple, Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Nuns exiting Temple, Varanasi, India. Tureg Man and Mosque, Mali, West Africa. Young boy, Bow and arrow, Irian Jaya, New Guinea. Nazca lines from the air, Nazca, Peru. Mursi tribal woman, Omo Valley Ethiopia, Africa. Bono tribal mask, Burkina - Faso, West Africa. Monks and Buddhist Circle of Life Symbol, Tibet. Vegetable Festival mask ritual, NE India, near the Bhutanese border. Bayon Temple, Bayon, Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
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