Long-necked child, Karen Padaung tribe by Chris Rainier

Long-necked child, Karen Padaung tribe

Border of Burma and northern Thailand: Considered decorative and a sign of wealth, females of the tribe receive their first brass rings as young girls and continue to receive more as they mature and become women.
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