TB43043-D. Proud chieftain of an Aboi hill tribe on the island of Alor which keeps its culture alive in modern times, living in bamboo thatched multi-story houses and still actively performing traditional dances around bronze moko drums, highly prized in ceremonial exchanges and as bridal dowry. Up until as recently as the 1950s the Aboi were fierce practicing head hunters! Alor Island, Lesser Sunda Islands (also called East Nusa Tenggara), Indonesia.<br />
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Aboi chief portrait photo
TB43043-D. Proud chieftain of an Aboi hill tribe on the island of Alor which keeps its culture alive in modern times, living in bamboo thatched multi-story houses and still actively performing traditional dances around bronze moko drums, highly prized in ceremonial exchanges and as bridal dowry. Up until as recently as the 1950s the Aboi were fierce practicing head hunters! Alor Island, Lesser Sunda Islands (also called East Nusa Tenggara), Indonesia.
Photo Copyright © Brandon Cole. All rights reserved worldwide. www.brandoncole.com

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