Brooklyn-based artist Erin Riley brings said selfies to life with true substance, weaving incredible hand-dyed tapestries up to four-feet wide—from faceless camera-wielding babes bent over in front of mirrors, to POV snaps of girls hands down their panties.
When you talk to the girls here, they’ve found such peace by stepping away from the rat race. It puts things into perspective. It’s coming to terms with who you are by spending lots of time by yourself. The Philippines can do that for you.
Each year bedouins travel from all corners of the Arabian Peninsula for the Mazayin Dhafra Camel Festival. Here they sell camels for millions of dirhams and, more importantly, compete in the camel beauty pageant.