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Urban Photographer of the Year: giro del mondo in 24 ore

Urban Photographer of the Year: giro del mondo in 24 ore

Diwali is a 5 day religious festival celebrated in India in October and November each year.  www.urbanrambles.com

An Indian artisan gives finishing touches to semi-finished clay idol of the Hindu Goddess Kali, Goddess of Power, at Kumartoli, the idol artist's village in Kolkata, on November 2012

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Outdoor bookseller in Kolkata [Calcutta]. They are lining the streets with other vendors :)

Calcutta, India. Spread the Love of Jesus

Calcutta, India I want to go back

taken at exactly the right time - Поиск в Google

For years past, the famous American magazine “Life” was publishing humorous photos sent by their readers. Most of these pictures were cute and funny scenes taken at exactly the right time.

Leading Indian photographer Pablo Bartholomew recently held an exhibition focussing on his time spent in the city of Calcutta in the 1970s. His work covers a wide range of subjects - from the city's street life, to its Chinese community, to images of his grandmother, to the city's most famous resident, the Oscar-winning filmmaker Satyajit Ray.

In pictures: Calcutta in the 1970s

In pictures: Calcutta in the Horse buggy, 1978

A rickshaw puller passes in front of unfinished idols of Hindu goddess Kali outside a workshop in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata October 14th, 2009. (REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw) #

Diwali 2009

A rickshaw puller passes in front of unfinished idols of Hindu goddess Kali outside a workshop in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata. West Bengal Taxi r State,

Jakarta, Indonesia @sean_gallagher_photo #pulitzercenter #indonesia #slums

Jakarta, Indonesia @sean_gallagher_photo #pulitzercenter #indonesia #slums

Seoul: Noryangjin Fish Market | Food & Wine

World's Best Food Markets

Eat live octopus and discover unique sea creatures at the fascinating Noryangjin Fish Market in Seoul, South Korea!

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Photo of the Day: River Crossing Pilgrims cross the Phalgu River after heavy rainfall on boats made up of earthen pots. Photo by Barun kr.

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