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In the highlands of Papua New Guinea, in a small village near the town of Goroka, a photographer from New York City became inspired.
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Roberto Falck is working on an ongoing photo project, creating portraits of different tribes and groups from around the world. When a local guide brought him to meet this group and their tradition of the skeleton, where tribes people are painted with white clay and black ash, Roberto was moved to capture them in a way he had never done before.
Read more about this tradition:
Scribol: These Remote Papua New Guinean Tribespeople Transform Themselves Into Skeleton Warriors