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Ziro Valley - An Apatani Enclave

They say that behind everything beautiful there is some kind of pain and I couldn’t agree more especially when it came to visiting the remote Ziro Valley of Arunachal Pradesh in India’s Northeast. 1,466 more words

Natural History

Still Points in a Turning World - Exhibition at Salomon Arts Gallery

I am very excited to announce my solo exhibition “Still Points in a Turning World,” featuring visual tales from my travels to the last mysterious corners of the world.   32 more words

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Press Release for Salomon Arts Gallery Show

So happy preparing for my solo show “Still Points in a Turning World”, opening Wednesday, April 19th from 5:30-8:30pm.  Visual tales from my travels to the last mysterious corners of the world. 257 more words

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The other side of ants

Suturing/sealing wounds (especially abdominal wounds, among others) using ants/termites has been very prevalent across regions like Asia (India), Africa, among others, mostly among primitive tribes. In the process, the edges of the wound are drawn closer and then, an ant/insect is allowed to bite along the borders of the wound, thus firmly securing the flesh on all sides. 21 more words

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The Particulars of Tribal Matrimony

In the diverse society of Pakistani people, with comparisons ranging from those on caste to gender to religion, our notion of marriage is subdivided into multiple occasionally contradictive ideas. 976 more words

Feminism

A Photo Journey Through Niger and Ethiopia - Terri Gold featured by 'Oh the People You Meet!'

Thrilled to have some of my work from Niger and Ethiopia featured in a slideshow on ‘Oh the People You Meet!’, a global collaborative of contributors who create content for travelers, foodies and philanthropists seeking authentic local connection. 8 more words

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