Faces of Indonesia (1972, 1994, 2009, 2010, 2015)

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1972 (Sulawesi):

 

In Polaweli.

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On the ″road″ between Polaweli and Mamasa.

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Toraja children in their house in Mamasa.

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On a market day in Mamasa.

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Woman with a fancy hat (worn by many women in that region) in a market between Mamasa and Rantepao.

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Ceremony in a village near Rantepao.

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Another kind of ceremony, also near Rantepao.

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Men showing their roasters before cock fighting.

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Fun and sadness during a Toraja funeral ceremony. Many buffaloes and pigs are killed for the occasion, below the coffin of the deceased..

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Group photos in two villages along a trail between Rantepao and Palopo.

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1994 (Irian Jaya, now called Papua):

 

Me with Dani people near the village of Anguruk.

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2009 (Sulawesi, again):

 

At a Toraja funeral event, near Rantepao.

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Family in their house.

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Woman harvesting insects after a heavy rain, and eating them alive.

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2010 (Seram):

 

Men in the village of Huahulu wearing their traditional red bandana.

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Man from the village of Hanikeh.

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People in Hanikeh.

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Traditional ceremony ran by the head of the village of Hanikeh prior to my ascent of Mount Binaiya.

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2015 (Java):

 

In Pasar Ngasema large bird market in Yogyakarta.

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People spend hours here with friends and family, or alone, to listen to songbirds.

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Men playing kenongs in a gamelan ensemble in the Kraton of Yogyakarta.

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