Tanakha Portraits from Burma – 2008

by , January 1st, 2009  |  Published in Exhibitions, Humanistic Views

A bunch of Tanakha-Portraits from my last trip to Asia, during november 2008. The TANAKHA is, at the same time, a cosmetic and a beauty cream for women and children faces. You can find this special custom in BURMA (MYANMAR) making the women more beautiful than anywhere else in this area. I was very happy overthere, because the people like to be pictured. So, it was very easy for me to make some nice shoots. Enjoy !


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