30 Wonderful Photos of National Geographic Photo Contest 2011 | GenCept | Addicted to Designs

Gold Miner, Mozambique-- The glowing hues of dusk bathe a mud-splattered gold miner in the border province of Manica. The area draws scores of workers from neighboring Zimbabwe who pan for traces of the precious metal in turbid waters.

Iris Ministries Photos, Rolland Baker Photography, Mozambique, Africa Missionary Photos | Iris Ministries  Adventures in Missions www.adventures.org The World Race www.theworldrace.org

My heart lives in Africa.I soooo want to go to Iris Ministries with Heidi Baker.

Would you wear this hat?  Why or why not?  How would it feel on your head?

Ethiopia - woman carrying maize / corn and grinding stone. Jeremy Curl Photography Originally shared by Aboriginal & Tribal Nation News

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« Aujourd’hui, je suis assise sur un lit d’hôpital en attendant mon ablation des deux seins. Mais étrangement, je me sens chanceuse. Après tout, jusqu’à présent, je n’ai jamais eu aucun problème de santé. Je suis une femme de 69 ans et je suis dans la dernière chambre au bout du couloir, juste à côté des …

8 choses à ne pas oublier quand tout va mal. Arrêter la n°3 a changé ma vie

Patten Pond Photo, Maine Picture – National Geographic Photo of the Day

Vietnamese Woman A close portrait of a H’mong woman in Sapa, Lao Cai Province, Vietnam Photograph by Marco Manieri

Kazakh, Mongolia

Something Old / Something New

Mongolian Man Photograph by Charles Meacham, My Shot A man in western Mongolia wears a fur-trimmed hat as protection from the bitter cold of winter. Sprawled across mountains and plateaus, Mongolia has an average elevation of feet meters).


30 Best Pictures of the Week Showing Human Emotion – July to July 2012 A portrait of an old Burmese woman. (Leon Shkolnik/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest) – The Fab Web

Retrato de hombre pensativo

Getting your Portrait Photography to the Next Level – Part I Oded Wagenstein is a Travel Photographer and Writer. He is a regular contributor to National Geographic Traveler magazine (Israel) and a poplar photography lecturer.

Miss Nachure, Surma Suri woman face with scarifications - Kibish Ethiopia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Miss Nachure, Surma Suri woman face with scarifications - Kibish Ethiopia © Eric Lafforgue

‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are”. | Spirit In Action

‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are”.

‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are”. An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever.

hAPPiNESS  (Jupiter in Taurus in the 6th house of service & health) WHAT happens in my 6th house of service & health.

The joy of water brittanycorner: My heart! (From the National Geographic Traveler 2012 Photo Contest)

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