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    Andalusian Blondism- Family studio



    I am encouraged to open this thread to enrich the results of so many calculation maps with a photographic contribution of the family album.




    These are photographs that I have seen all my life in the family album and I had never noticed anything other than the fact that they were family photographs, but I thought about the importance of photography after its discovery in 1860 and its use as a fundamental tool. In science I enrich my genetic results with photographic archives.




    In this case I have tried to preserve the identity of the relatives I have considered.




    I have specially repaired relatives who have blond hair, since the opposite is the same intrigue as for the Irishman, the north of Europe, etc., the dark hair among their relatives or compatriots when the majority presents rubismo.




    In my studio we are all Andalusians, we are all members of the family and we all have Spanish surnames. Most are still blond adults and miss many more relatives with blondism, but I have not had family contact because of the distance, mainly so I do not have files of them in adulthood. In this way I remember about 16 other relatives, of whom I do not have files.











    Father of my maternal great-grandmother through the mother.


    Brother of my mother.


    Son of my mother's brother.


    Daughter of my mother's brother.


    Daughter of my mother's brother.


    Sons brother of my mother.


    My sister. (We do not dress like that, it's carnival)


    My brothers.


    My and ball and my brother.


    My sister. The action of L`Oreal is in line with other bonuses by father who are natural blondes.


    My left maternal cousin, me and a friend. We are not blond but it enlivens the transit to the patarno section of photographs.


    Paternal family
    Sister of the paternal great-grandfather. I am sorry for the quality of the image but it is what is there.


    Brother of my paternal great-grandfather.


    Son of my father's brother.


    Cousins each from a brother of my father.


    Daughter of a brother of my father.


    Grandson of a brother of my father.


    And these are part of my blond Andalusian genes. As I said, there are still many more relatives with blondism and two redheads in the mother's line, but one is Italian and the other is Argentine, so I'm sorry, but it would be difficult to obtain photographs.
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    Son of a sister of my father. Blondism continued in adulthood.

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    All children are sort of blond when younger


    But when turning into teen only a few remain blond

    Like in this picture, there are only two or three teenage girls who remain blond when older

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    ^^
    No pictures of Lithuanian children with dark hair? If there is not, you could not do a study like mine in reverse. lol
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    On the color of eyes all my brothers and sister have inherited the color of eyes of my green father with central heterochromia except my older brother who had always had chestnut and now has hazelnut. . But I think it could come from some more remote ancestor since my paternal grandparents did not have that color but I have been able to find out what could come for the family of my paternal grandmother.

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    Grandson of a daughter of a sister of my mother. Green eyes.

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    Very good looking family. They look quite different as adults.


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    Marconista? :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagne View Post
    All children are sort of blond when younger


    But when turning into teen only a few remain blond

    Like in this picture, there are only two or three teenage girls who remain blond when older
    That's what I see here too among German, English, Irish, Polish people: most of the children are very blonde, buy by the late teens very few are actually blonde any more, more like a light brown, although the women dye their hair after that.

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    when will come the black Finns and hook nosed Melano-Africans? LOL
    If you want to see a very contrasted pop for hair colour, you have to go to Czechia: black jet hairs are rare but they exist even if just very dark brown ones are very more common, and you 'll find all nuances of fair hairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Marconista? :)
    Yes, decades ago when military service in Spain was mandatory, he did it in the foreign legion in North Africa. The second in regular. They did not want me in the army.


    Swears of flag of my second brother.
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    [CITA = Angela; 572721] Familia muy guapa. Se ven muy diferentes cuando son adultos. [/ QUOTE]

    Thank you. Yes I have observed that there are people who follow the same line all their lives they even have the same adult face as when they were children, I mean they are very recognizable in all the stages of their life. Others change continuously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOESAN View Post
    when will come the black Finns and hook nosed Melano-Africans? LOL
    If you want to see a very contrasted pop for hair colour, you have to go to Czechia: black jet hairs are rare but they exist even if just very dark brown ones are very more common, and you 'll find all nuances of fair hairs.
    I've been to Berlin and Prague and there was more brown hair in Prague in its different shades. Although in Berlin there was also a lot of variety of heights, bodies, faces I also did not see homogeneous people all the same I saw more homogeneity in Turkey or even North Africa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    I've been to Berlin and Prague and there was more brown hair in Prague in its different shades. Although in Berlin there was also a lot of variety of heights, bodies, faces I also did not see homogeneous people all the same I saw more homogeneity in Turkey or even North Africa.
    Yes, you can find regions where dark and very dark hairs form the 95 to 98% of the pop. There is not the equivalent in "fair" regions (maxi light hairs: around 68%, and it's not the most numerous ones in North at this level - but more heterogeneity of colours don't signify more heterogeneity at global level of autosomes -
    I mentioned Czechia (and not Praha) because there , spite dark and light hairs don't run over 24-26% as a whole for every category (some exceptions here and there, in ancient times, now, I don't know), where you 'll expect very few light blond hairs, you find more of them than in regions where global light hairs %'s goes higher, whatever there are definite dark hairs in number - it had to interest genetists in the research of markers on loci to precise things if possible - big numbers of central hues don't signify everytime less very extreme hues: my very point here - spite a possible cumulative effect of mutations in hair, it"s not a complete "thermostat-like" phenomenon -

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    Daughter of a sister of my father. Green eyes.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    On the color of eyes all my brothers and sister have inherited the color of eyes of my green father with central heterochromia except my older brother who had always had chestnut and now has hazelnut. . But I think it could come from some more remote ancestor since my paternal grandparents did not have that color but I have been able to find out what could come for the family of my paternal grandmother.

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    Second brother



    Hey my eyes are chestnut too....
    See:
    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/thread...610#post572610

    Already in HG times the eyes were diversified throughout Europe. Gunter et al (2018):

    The genomic data further allowed us to study the physical appearance of SHGs (S8 Text); for instance, they show a combination of eye color varying from blue to light brown and light skin pigmentation. This is strikingly different from the WHGs—who have been suggested to have the specific combination of blue eyes and dark skin [18,20,21,23] and EHGs—who have been suggested to be brown-eyed and light-skinned [19,20]
    So WHG has obviously lighter eyes than SHG....

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    This is just the dumbest thread, so many inferiority complexes. Blonde people are stared at in Andalusia in the more rural areas, it's practically non-existent, in difference to e.g. Catalonia probably because of underrated North African influence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToBeOrNotToBe View Post
    This is just the dumbest thread, so many inferiority complexes. Blonde people are stared at in Andalusia in the more rural areas, it's practically non-existent, in difference to e.g. Catalonia probably because of underrated North African influence.
    Repeat with me: "I am from the UK and I have a strong inferiority complex with Spain. That is why when we are working all the year to save some money, we run away from our shitty islands and go to live the good live in Spain or southern Europe for a week".

    Inferiority complex?? With whom?? With the UK?? LOLLLLLLLLLLL Your shitty island is the last place most people (except non-whites) would choose to live and the few Spaniards that live there is BASICALLY to learn English (and then work to mantain themshelves while studying English). As we have tens of thousands brits in some cities in Spain to learn Spanish, even americans.

    By the way, I am a blond-blue eyed very nordid looking Spaniard. Do you feel inferior to me?? Are you a "black english"?? Then, you should be inferior to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    I am encouraged to open this thread to enrich the results of so many calculation maps with a
    Again Carlos. I don´t have anything against you, but most of your blondes are not even blondes (and I am also a Spaniard). Most children, probably for neonatenia issues are more depigmented. Brunnetes in adulthood used to be "blonde" or light haired when children.

    I was platinum blonde (almost white hair) until the age of 4-5. I was a light blond until 12 or so, and them medium blonde to dark blonde now. When I go to the beach my hair is again extremely blonde. I am also blue eyed. Many in my family look nordid or germanid (in fact, I was classified like 8 years ago in another anthroboard by that Polish that has Eurogenes, as a "Hallstat nordid" and my paternal grandfather as a "German". Others said "Corded nordid type". I am not going to post my pictures again, but I am sure that all of those that you posted are brunettes today.

    Look at Los Morancos (blond adults) and see the difference.

    And this is my eye, according to gedmatch:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToBeOrNotToBe View Post
    This is just the dumbest thread, so many inferiority complexes. Blonde people are stared at in Andalusia in the more rural areas, it's practically non-existent, in difference to e.g. Catalonia probably because of underrated North African influence.
    You are two points away from a temporary ban. Insult another member again and you're out of here. Am I clear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToBeOrNotToBe View Post
    This is just the dumbest thread, so many inferiority complexes. Blonde people are stared at in Andalusia in the more rural areas, it's practically non-existent, in difference to e.g. Catalonia probably because of underrated North African influence.
    It is a very serious study with a documentary archive. You think what you want. If it makes you happy to think that Catalonia is the most blond and clear of all the regions of Spain, it is your opinion. This thread is about Andalusia and I have based on my family so I do the statistics for the whole region.

    Proud to be Andalusian.

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    I followed your publications and I saw it, it's true.
    Almost all my family has brown eyes, there is also green that is usually associated with blond hair. In the prediction of Gedmatch I got the blue, but the blue in my family has taken another course and is in second cousins of both my mother and my father.


    This is the eye of my second brother. According to an article that was published right here in Europedia, I think it's about green with brown central heterochromia, just as in my case and my sister's. It's only in my father too, my 4 grandparents did not have it.

    I also think that the clear eye is more likely to come from WHG than from the Neolithic farmers.

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    We get it, Jaime, there are some blonde Spaniards, and you're one of the lucky ones.

    Do you get a medal or something????

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    I totally get the appeal of blonde hair, but trying to relate that to your own ethnic group - strongly North African-admixed Andalusians, i.e. the darkest and most mixed Spaniards - is definitely a sign of an inferiority complex. Do you wish you were Swedish?

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    Dear Carlos.
    I woke up now and came across this thread. In an impetus of exhibitionism, I took these photos to ask: I'm going to have some problem if I go to Spain, not being a blond man? Well, my mother tried to keep my hairs light by washing them daily with chamomile tea when she saw that insofar as I was growing up, my hair were getting dark. But there was no way, poor. The same thing happened to my older brother, who was a redhead. Now I am old and the hair and beard are very gray. My older brother is bald, like my maternal grandfather, poor. Ooh La La. Now my hair became clear again. LOL.
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