With more than 7.3 billion people and countless cultures and traditions, the world is a beautifully diverse place.
For Australia-based photographer Alexander Khimushin, capturing this beauty became an exciting challenge that has already resulted him to explore 84 nations in his lifetime, camera in hand.
An avid traveler, Khimushin spent the past two years venturing from country to country to shoot portraits of people he encountered for “The World In Faces, ” a photo project celebrating diverse cultures around the world.
“While on the road, I realized that people were the most interesting part of my travel experience; it is them that I have most unforgettable memories about, ” he told The WorldPost. “I was especially fascinated by people living in remote, off-the-beaten-path places, where traditional lifestyle and ancient culture remained untouched by the outside world.”