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IN Photography ON 10 Feb, 2016
Welcome to the world of sea gypsies. Bajaj Laut off the coast of Sabah. It is native place of sea gypsies located at Borneo in the phillipines.Mark Lehn, a canadian photographer discovered the life of sea gypsies. He clicked images, which speak about a shocking part of life of the people, who live, breath, smile, cry, eat and enjoy everything at sea. Check out the 10 best images of sea gypsies that will leave you spell bounded with a shocking culture.
Boat-dwelling nomads that's what the world call sea gypsies. This tribe came into existence from the islands of the Sulu Archipelago in the Phillippines.
Woman of the boat village protects their skin from sunburn with rice powder. The rice powder nourishes skin prevents sunburn.
No schools, no phone, no TV and no means of modern facility. Women cook and men do fishing.
Sea gypsies have lived their whole life seeing every season's influence on the sea.
Boating and surfing the shallow water, that's the daily routine 365 days of the year.
Mark Lehn captured the complete village photo with his creative photography skills.
Picture of woman trying to feed octopus.
The picture looks so fascinating. It truly attracts the traveler to come explore the life of gypsies.
Young boys of the village spend most of their time at the sea. They design a homemade cloth mask which protects them from skin problems.
Mark Lehn's creative work has received great appreciation by photographers from all around the world.
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