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The “facekini,” which completely covers the face to protect swimmers from the effects of the sun and jellyfish stings, is particularly popular in the coastal city of Qingdao, China, where Getty photographer Kevin Frayer made these pictures of female bathers (so far, the habit has not caught on with men.) We may not be able to see their faces, but instead of appearing anonymous, the accumulation of telling details allows a distinct character to emerge from each of the portraits.
Photo credit: Kevin Frayer

malformalady:

The “facekini,” which completely covers the face to protect swimmers from the effects of the sun and jellyfish stings, is particularly popular in the coastal city of Qingdao, China, where Getty photographer Kevin Frayer made these pictures of female bathers (so far, the habit has not caught on with men.) We may not be able to see their faces, but instead of appearing anonymous, the accumulation of telling details allows a distinct character to emerge from each of the portraits.

Photo credit: Kevin Frayer

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