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A new story from The Hidden World of Girls. This one from Ireland. The people of walking. Sometimes called the gypsies of Ireland.
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All rights reserved. When Birte Kaufmann first encountered Irish Travellers, she was on a trip with friends in the Irish countryside and saw a girl and her little brother running toward a roadside camp. The caravans and horses reminded Kaufmannn, who is German, of the Romany camps she had seen elsewhere in Europe, but the people looked intriguingly different. An ethnic minority in Ireland , the Travellers have lived on the margins of mainstream Irish society for centuries.
By Chris Dyer For Mailonline. These fascinating pictures capture the daily lives of traveller families on the outskirts of Dublin, giving a rare glimpse into their often closed-off world. Belgian photographer Sebastiaan Franco took the photographs while spending two years living with the Keenan and Collins families on their site just outside Ireland 's capital. He said he gained the traveller families' trust by 'essentially becoming one of them' having initially been considered an 'intrusive outsider'. Images show families holding parties, drinking in pubs and attending funerals while others show men locked in brutal bare-knuckle boxing matches and women getting dressed up for lavish christenings and weddings. Franco said he witnessed many rights of passage, as well as the highs and lows of the community living on the outside of society. He also captured images of men hauling scrap metal and hunting. Bride Cherise was photographed arriving for her wedding day in Galway. Belgian photographer Sebastiaan Franco took a series of photographs while spending two years living with the Keenan and Collins families.