Even tho it wasn't the right season to visit this beautiful garden because obviously the flowers were not blooming yet lol, but I was still happy to take a pic anyway haha because you gotta train your mind and heart to see the good in everything. There is always something to be grateful for. 🦋😊 #content
back in another one of these crazy, dirty mega cities that get you high on the buzz of their small but vibrant contemporary culture scene, on LIFE breathing in every precarious street corner, and on incredible sunsets through a polluted sky - only asking for your lungs, your sanity and your soul in exchange | deal, baby?
👘👭💜 The long-neck tribe people or the Kayan are a sub-group of Red Karen (Karenni people), Tibeto-Burman ethnic minority of Myanmar (Burma). In the late 1980s and early 1990s due to conflict with the military regime in Myanmar, many Kayan tribes fled to the Thai border area. Women of the Kayan tribes identify themselves by their forms of dress. Women of the Kayan Lahwi tribe are well known for wearing neck rings, brass coils that are placed around the neck, appearing to lengthen it.Girls first start to wear rings when they are around 5 years old. Over the years, the coil is replaced by a longer one and more turns are added. The weight of the brass pushes the collar bone down and compresses the rib cage. The neck itself is not lengthened; the appearance of a stretched neck is created by the deformation of the clavicle.