Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Categories: Children | Europe | Nations | Travel

Eternal travelers have to grow up early. Young gypsies make bright makeup since childhood, and boys try to smoke without even hiding from their parents. These amazing black-and-white pictures were taken by American photographer Jamie Johnson for his new book "Growing Up in Nomads: the Inner World of Irish Gypsy Children". Watch the best shots from the life of young travelers further in our material.

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie JohnsonIrish nomads grow up very early. In a unique photo book, you can find shots of very young gypsy women with bright makeup and glamorous outfits holding designer handbags in their hands, and children pretend to smoke while playing with candy cigarettes. The photos from Jamie Johnson's photo album were taken in Galway, Limerick, Gorka and Tipperary in Ireland.

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Childhood on wheels: young Irish gypsies in stunning photos by Jamie Johnson

Since the time when the Roma people left India about 1500 years ago, they have been constantly subjected to discrimination and severe persecution. Italian photographer Marco Ponzianelli has been traveling through the Roma camps for two years and has created a unique project that reveals the culture and worldview of this ancient people.

Keywords: Childhood | Life | Ireland | Frames | Nomads | Master of photography | Travelers | Photobook | Van | Gypsies | Gypsy camp | Black and white photography | Ethnos

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