Not drowning
Hello, I'm Lydia and struggling a lot with life. Still I try to be happy, positive and be good to others. Things I enjoy in life are: fictional Characters, Video games, art and my boyfriend. Always open for penpals
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Fashion Designer from Kazakhstan - Aya Bapani. In left traditiona tajik embroidered textiles - suzani. Other textiles is embroidered wool felt.
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via jane-diamond
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Seeing is believing #vscocam #throwback #kazakhstan #Almaty
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Kazakhs by Jimmy Nelson
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Mashkhur Jusup Central Mosque in Pavlodar, Kazakhstan
From the Collection: Photos of Clouds
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Kazakh girl in her traditional regalia playing the ‘Dombra’ in her Yurt (dwelling), Kazakhstan, Central AsiaThe dombra is a long-necked, two-stringed instrument, possessing a resonating chamber, somewhat similar to a banjo or a lute, and especially popular in the Central Asian Turkic nations.The dombra is played by either strumming with the hand or plucking each string individually, with an occasional tap on the main surface of the instrument. While the two strings are traditionally made of sinew, modern dombras are usually produced using nylon strings.It is a traditional instrument of Central Asia, and is especially popular in such countries as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan, among others. The Uzbek dombra is usually unfretted, while the Kazakh dombra is played with a fret…The Kazakh people are one of the indigenous semi- nomadic Turkic tribes - who have roamed Central Asia over the millenia…
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Light in the Dark by Vasca de Sole on Flickr.
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Mongolian ger ceiling by Phil & Delph on Flickr.
North-East of Ulan-Bator, Mongolia.
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Almaty, Kazakhstan
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