I saw this image posted on Gizmodo
(who got it from pixdaus
). They claim to know nothing about it, except that it shows the Dani people of Papua, New Guinea.
Is it real, or has the Sony Vaio been photoshopped in? My hunch is that it's real. I'd guess that the laptop belongs to a photographer or researcher who handed the laptop to the guy with the big headdress in order to show him a picture. But that's just a guess.
I debated whether the image could be considered "not safe for work." But then I figured, No, it's too "National Geographic" to be considered sexual. (Though if this were the exact same scene with Caucasian women, I'm sure it would be considered NSFW... strange how that works.)
Only one question: What's with the disembodied hand reaching out from behind the headdress?