Portrait of a Sámi Boy Photo and caption by Lola Akinmade-Åkerström There are roughly indigenous Sami people who live in the Arctic and subarctic areas of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and the Russian Kola peninsula
A great smile! I have had this picture under my quote section for a little while and although you can't see her mouth you can tell this little one is bursting with joy! Smiles on little ones faces are just precious.
Gers are traditional Mongolian homes and have been in Ulaanbaatar since the century, easily portable rounded wooden structures covered by a heavy felt blanket and heated by a stove in the center of the structure.
Camel riders in the Chinese Gobi desert, ride long-haired camels. They are Bactrian camels, of which Gobi Mongols (Chinese people living in the Gobi desert) ride and domesticate them for many varied reasons.