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The Glitter Graphics Maker - Create Custom Glitter Graphics for Myspace, orkut, glitter generator

Tra i banchi di scuola, tanti sorrisi

Tra i banchi di scuola, tanti sorrisi

Xina, Yuanyang.

The Hani and Yi are two minorities that live together in the villages of Shengcun, Daba and Duoyicun in Yuanyang, China. On market days they wear authentic and colorful garb.

رغم اوجاعهم يضحكون لانهم يعلمون ان المال لا يعني شيئاً لضحكهم

Children Smiles - Uganda - By Moses

For true happiness, nothing beats a child's smile :)

Pure Happiness caught in an instant!Hang camera from neck and put on continuous shots. This would capture genuine facial expressions!

Veiled Karrayu girl smiling, Ethiopia  http://itunes.com/apps/lafforgueHD

LOVE the bold colors Veiled Karrayu girl smiling, Ethiopia By Eric Lafforgue

Child Labor.NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

Is the word labor is being "raped" again a part of blue jeans and labor party mixed with pregnancy labor surrogating.

Oggi è la giornata internazionale della felicità! Quindi postiamo un po' di bei sorrisi :)

Oggi è la giornata internazionale della felicità! Quindi postiamo un po' di bei sorrisi :)

Ritratto da #Kyoto - Geishe con vestito tradizionale - di redhot76

Ritratto da #Kyoto - Geishe con vestito tradizionale - di redhot76

Young Gabbra mother and child at Kalacha (Chalbi desert). The Gabbra live in the Chalbi desert of northern Kenya, between Lake Turkana and Moyale.

Tribes of Kenia by Retlaw Snellac Photography

This is the outfit Im getting for Mayleas first birthday... Im so excited for-maylea

I'm loving these lace petti rompers! I'm loving these lace petti rompers! I'm loving these lace petti rompers!

This stunning girl has typical hair for a Mumuhuila. Even for Africa, the hairstyles are like something I've never come across before. It has a similar amount of preparation put into it like the Himba would with powdered ochre and buttermilk (i.e. they might spend maybe an hour or more each day adding powder and oils to keep its form and almost 'wet' look) but the hair of the Mumuhuila is actually different...

'Mynga' - from the Mumuhuila tribe of Angola. by John Kenny on

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