Krit Village-- The people in this real-life village were the inspiration for the Krit people "The Ones Followed by Death" in my novel The White Mary ; note how the man is completely covered with grili, or ringworm. The mesh bag hung from your head is called a " bilum " in Papua New Guinea. We vacationed in Rabaul in and must have toured this bunker. This is a good picture showing the mix of primitives scant clothing and beads and necklaces and no shoes wandering around in amongst the more Westernized locals button shirts, shoes and socks, kaki manufactured shorts. For example, the term "pikanini" means "child". Again a landing barge of the type used by the Japanese. Documentary Woman with brown eyes in Papua New Guinea.
Native woman with cap made of coloured white fur stands in row and poses with body and face Woman in colours.
Papua New Guinea Pussy
Color Composition Any Color Monochrome. It is, like all the best travel narratives, a resonant interior journey, and offers wisdom for our times. The most common marbles game was drawing a circle in the dirt and each player would put into the center of the circle an equal number of marbles spread about, like an "ante" in poker. The mesh bag hanging off the woman's head is called a " bilum ", and is a common way to carry loads by the natives in Papua New Guinea. Click here to go to the top level of all these pictures. Hagen show, Papua New Guinea - circa August