Siberia: the Nenets are completely isolated reindeer herders, living with temperatures from minus 50°C in winter to 35°C in summer. By Jimmy Nelson in "Before they pass away"
Sami Reindeer Herders | Sami reindeer herder dressed in Gakti, traditional dress, Lapland ...
The Sami Reindeer Herders of Scandinavia Tell a Story With Their Clothing
Nils Johan Mienna, photographed by Eric Borg for a 1977 National Geographic article about the Saami reindeer herders of arctic Europe.
Sami reindeer herder, Aslak, cooks over a fire in his tent on spring migration. North Norway.: Kautokeino, Norwegian Lapland.
This beautiful girl lives in the Mongolian taiga along with her family. They are one of the few reindeer herders left in the world #mongolia #instatravel #travel
reindeer herders camp near Salekhard in the Soviet Arctic National Geographic February 1983 Dean Conger
sami people, Norway Traditional dress
A 20th century Saami family inside of their Lavvu tent. Lavvus are collapsible, portable homes for the nomadic reindeer herders of Northern Scandinavia.
Dik, a Sami reindeer herder's dog
A Nenets reindeer herders' camp on the tundra near Salemal. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia
I am fairly obsessed with reindeer, even more so since I found out my great-grandfather's family were reindeer herders. :-)
Ella-Li Spik of Jokkmokk, Sweden, is one of only a small percentage of Sami who grow up herding reindeer (by Erika larsen)
I desperately want to meet these people. Tsaatan: nomadic reindeer herders in Mongolia
Chukchi of Chukotka, reindeer herders, whale hunters
This reindeer baby is getting ready to get bathed | A Lost Mongolian Tribe Was Rediscovered By A Photographer