23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

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The hippie movement originated in 1965 in the United States. The word "hippie" comes from the conversational hip, which means "knowing, understanding". The flourishing subculture peaked in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Crowds of young people with long hair does advocating love for all living beings and to each other, opposed the war and partying at music festivals like no other (which is only one Woodstock).

Although it has long come sunset movement worldwide is still possible to find representatives of this subculture. By the way, some of the ideas which were advanced by hippies, conservative society in the 1970-ies are not taken seriously and were considered as utopian. However, they are firmly entrenched in the mentality of modern man.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Woman dancing to the music of Led Zeppelin at the Knebworth festival, UK, 1979. Photo: Evening Standard / Getty Images.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Left: fans await the start of the Rolling Stones concert in London's Hyde Park in July 1969. Right: a brightly dressed woman with flowers and body art.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

People dancing in Altamonte festival, which was held at the racing Park, December 1969. Photo: Robert Altman / Getty Images.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Left: young hippies sitting in Central Park, new York, 1969. Right: a couple waits for the start of the festival-Monterey Pop, 1967.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

A man sleeps on two parked cars during the Woodstock fair of music and arts, 1969. Photo: Bill Eppridge / Getty Images.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Pair with body art in the form of flowers at the festival Isle of Wight, Isle of Wight, 1970. Photo: Mirrorpix / Getty Images.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

The Isle of Wight festival, 1969. Photo: Keystone / Getty Images.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Left: a pair of made free love in the tent, the Isle of Wight festival, 1969. Right: Nude woman at the concert in Hyde Park, 1970.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Young people traveling on Woodstock. Photo: Bill Eppridge / Getty Images.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Photo: Ralph Ackerman / Getty Images.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Group of naked hippies on the beach during the festival, Isle of Wight, 1969.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Mother and child swimming in the lake, Vermont, 1970. Photo: Robert Altman / Getty Images.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Left: George Harrison borrowed the guitar from a local hippie, walking in the Park "Golden gate", San Francisco, 1967. Right: demonstrators in favor of the legalization of drugs in Hyde Park, London, 1967.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

1969.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Hippies gather around Stonehenge to celebrate the summer solstice, 1972. Photo: Roger Hutchings / Getty Images.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Left: Woodstock, 1969. Right: the people, covered with foam, having fun at the festival Isle of Wight.

23 photos show just how still was a hippie with no brakes

Couple goes to Woodstock by car Volkswagen Beetle, 1969. Photo: Ralph Ackerman / Getty Images.

Keywords: 18+ | 60s | 70s | Past | Subculture | Hippies

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