Here is the Part 2 of Environmental Portraits Collection. Please check our Part 1 here.

An Environment is something which is totally integrated with the physical and biological factors along with their own chemical interactions which further forms to serve any form of living. So what does it have to do with the word Environmental Portrait – in simpler terms any portrait which gets us to know about the life terms, their physical and biological interactions with the local ecology, showing their nativity can be called as an Environmental Portrait.

All photos are linked and lead to the sources from which they were taken. Please feel free to explore further works of these photographers on their collections or their personal sites.

Dona Flor de Maio, Comunidade Raiz - MG
Photo Credit: Ana Caroline de Lima

 

color of life
Photo Credit: Mohammad Rokonuzzaman khan

 

Tarpa pour le concours j'aime le voyage
Photo Credit: Anne

 

Old lady making kadak tea , Munnar-Kerala
Photo Credit: Firossyed

 

Boy and Girl
Photo Credit: Ethika Rahman

 

Cleaning up her house in Jaisalmer. Rajasthan
Photo Credit: Claude Renault

 

Mother & Daughter
Photo Credit: Manish Lakhani

 

Gadba
Photo Credit: Leonid Plotkin

 

Breath
Photo Credit: Istvan Kadar

 

Sundry shopkeeper--Kanas Village , Uyghur Autonomous Region , China
Photo Credit: C.K. NG

 

Morning scene - Varanasi, India
Photo Credit: Maciej Dakowicz

 

FRD_Mada_101014_0417
Photo Credit: François-Régis Durand

 

Rajasthan Views
Photo Credit: Lal Nallath

 

Bus ride, Mandu
Photo Credit: Marji Lang

 

Retrato do meu pai aos 97 anos
Photo Credit: Eduardo Gontijo

 

Aghora
Photo Credit: Joey L

 

Painting. Kuldhara
Photo Credit: Claire Pismont

 

Eyes enough to talk
Photo Credit: Abd Al Rahman Al Terkit

 

The Window Seat - Agra Fort Railway Station, India
Photo Credit: Ashok Saravanan .Ay

 

Ramatou
Photo Credit: Jeremy Snell

 

woman in the mirror during the pushkar mela
Photo Credit: Anthony Pappone

 

Burkina Faso
Photo Credit: Eric Montfort

 

Dani tribe warrior, West Papua, Indonesia. by Joel Santos
Photo Credit: Joel Santos

 

Ulingan (Charcoal factory), Tondo - Charcoal boy
Photo Credit: Mio Cade

 

Ladakh
Photo Credit: Poonam Parihar

 

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