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keloglan by tugce hebiloglu, via Behance

keloglan by tugce hebiloglu, via Behance

shamana by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

shamana by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

shamana by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

shamana by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

childbook illustration by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

childbook illustration by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

Mo by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

Mo by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

handmade necklace

handmade necklace

totem by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

totem by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

totem by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance

totem by tuğçe hebiloğlu, via Behance


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Padaung - Thai Hill Tribes

Padaung - Thai Hill Tribes

Four women from the Padaung long neck hill tribe talking to one another in a small village near Tha Ton, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand

Four women from the Padaung long neck hill tribe talking to one another in a small village near Tha Ton, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand

https://flic.kr/p/sbBkPD | Long neck hill tribe near Chiang Rai, Thailand |           

https://flic.kr/p/sbBkPD | Long neck hill tribe near Chiang Rai, Thailand |

In some tribes along the Thai/Burma border, it is customary to “stretch their necks” by coiling rings around the necks of girls starting at age six. The limit is usually twenty wraps around the neck, although some tribespeople claim that the record is 28. The neck rings push down the shoulders and collar bone, but contrary to popular belief, they don’t crush or break the collar bone. In fact, the only injury sustained from these rings seem to be bruises on the collarbones.

In some tribes along the Thai/Burma border, it is customary to “stretch their necks” by coiling rings around the necks of girls starting at age six. The limit is usually twenty wraps around the neck, although some tribespeople claim that the record is 28. The neck rings push down the shoulders and collar bone, but contrary to popular belief, they don’t crush or break the collar bone. In fact, the only injury sustained from these rings seem to be bruises on the collarbones.

The Padaung are a subgroup of Karen people who live in Thailand and Myanmar. The peace sign is universal.

Capturing Thailand's Healing Powers

The Padaung are a subgroup of Karen people who live in Thailand and Myanmar. The peace sign is universal.

Young Padaung girl starts wrapping copper coils around her neck so she can become a tourist attraction like her female relatives

Young Padaung girl starts wrapping copper coils around her neck so she can become a tourist attraction like her female relatives

The Padaung, or Long-Necked Karen, maunly arrived in Thailand around 30 years ago as refugees from the war in Burma. They are famous for the extraordinary neck rings worn by the women, which give the illusion of a longer neck by pushing down the shoulders

The Padaung, or Long-Necked Karen, maunly arrived in Thailand around 30 years ago as refugees from the war in Burma. They are famous for the extraordinary neck rings worn by the women, which give the illusion of a longer neck by pushing down the shoulders

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