Scottish Photographer Has Been Photographing Ginger People Around The World For 7 Years, Here Are His 15 Best Pics

Jamie Hallam, Scotland, Born In 2004

Just 1-2% of the world’s population have natural red hair, which makes it a very unique trait that can become a fascinating selling feature that stands out in a crowd—or, in some cases, cause bullying for being different. If an uncommon hair color is seen as individuality rather than an oddity, we can live in a more understanding world because after all, the same DNA flows in all of us beyond borders, and here’s a testimony to that. Continue reading »

Extremely Rare White Giraffe With Ginger Mane Spotted In Tanzania

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Omo the giraffe is fifteen months old. She has survived her first year despite being born with leucism – a condition which means only some of her skin cells can make pigment, which gives her almost white skin. She was photographed by Dr Derek Lee, founder and scientist at the Wild Nature Institute, whilst she was roaming the Tarangire National Park, in Tanzania. Continue reading »

The Ginger Project: Photographer Took Portraits To Fight Against Red-Head Discrimination

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According to photographer Gabrielė Gurčiūtė: “I created a project in order to change the common view about red haired people. They are quite often discriminated or bullied just because of their natural hair color and unusual features, such as freckles or pale skin.” Continue reading »