National Geographic : 1967 Jan
EKTACHROMESBY ALBERT MOLDVAY(BELOW) AND GEORGEAND CLAIRE LOUDEN (BOTTOMRIGHT) nil Gas-field workers cross a Baluchistan plain. and temperament. From a child's festival finery to the shell-studded hood of a Kalash girl or a fakir's robes-Paki stanis display their love of cos tume. Gaudy trappings adorn a prancing camel, while an elec tion winner in Hyderabad wears a vest of roses and mari golds. Pantalooned Bugti tribes men work in the Sui Gas Field, but may vanish into the desert when wanderlust strikes. To a turbaned Pathan, his decorated rifle is as much a part of his attire as his white puggaree. A comely student in Lahore shows off a gown of silk embroidery. Shoemaker, his beard dyed bright by henna, cobbles in his shop. Burmese heritage shows in the face of a pipe-smoking matron from Cox's Bazar. KODACHROMESBY ALBERT MOLDVAYIn N.G. Pathantribesman cradles a rifle. Coed models embroidery. Cobbler sews a crimson shoe. Old woman puffs a pipe.