The 'Rainbow People' who meet around the world for meditations and naked gatherings
WARNING: CONTAINS IMAGES OF NUDITY The series of images, taken at Rainbow Gatherings in Mexico, Guatemala and Russia, show the annual celebrations of love and unity
Woodstock, 1969
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The 'Rainbow People' who meet around the world for meditations and naked gatherings
WARNING: CONTAINS IMAGES OF NUDITY The series of images, taken at Rainbow Gatherings in Mexico, Guatemala and Russia, show the annual celebrations of love and unity
2002 Bonnaroo Music Festival
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