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Buddhist monks walk down a road asking for alms during the annual Vesak festival, in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

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A woman takes part in a procession during the celebration of the Palms and Flowers Festival in Panchimalco, El Salvador.

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Aymara Indians hold up their hands to receive the first rays of sunlight in a New Year's ritual in the ruins of the ancient city of Tiwanaku, Bolivia

A young man from the Toafo Asafo Hunters group looks for deer during the Deer Hunting Festival in Winneba, Ghana [EPA/Christian Thompson, 985 × 657] : HumanPorn

A young man from the Toafo Asafo Hunters group looks for deer during the Deer Hunting Festival in Winneba, Ghana [EPA/Christian Thompson, 985 × : HumanPorn

... "El universo cambia constatemente, ábrete a cambiar con él, cambiar tu mente, tu dirección, tus acciones". Michael Berg.

I know how hard it is to take pictures of bubbles, so I really admire this photographer because he captured a really great image of them! I really like the pink hues in this photo and how the bubbles are lined with a rainbow of colors!

Akintunde Akinleye, o primeiro nigeriano atribuído a um prêmio no World Press Photo | Revelando Ideias

Akintunde Akinleye, o primeiro nigeriano atribuído a um prêmio no World Press Photo

Akintunde Akinleye, photojournalism + photography - Socialphy Service (Jupiter in Taurus in the house of service & health)

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Rohingya Flee Into Bangladesh As Crisis Deepens

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© Bruno Barbey: BRASIL. Amazonia. Belem. Niños en el río Amazonas. 1966.

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{Eng. below} Premier défilé militaire depuis l'accession au pouvoir de la League Nationale pour la Démocratie d'Aung San Suu Kyi (LND). Il commémore la 71e Journée des Forces Armées en Naypyitaw. Le général Min Aung Hlaing a inauguré le défilé soulignant que les principes démocratiques des élections signifiaient que certains gagnent et d'autres perdent. Dimanche 27 mars 2016 #Photo: Aung Shine Oo pour @ap.images #Myanmar military armed-tanks are driven during a #parade to commemorate 71st…

{Eng. below} Premier défilé militaire depuis l'accession au pouvoir de la League Nationale pour la Démocratie d'Aung San Suu Kyi (LND). Il commémore la 71e Journée des Forces Armées en Naypyitaw. Le général Min Aung Hlaing a inauguré le défilé soulignant que les principes démocratiques des élections signifiaient que certains gagnent et d'autres perdent. Dimanche 27 mars 2016 #Photo: Aung Shine Oo pour @ap.images #Myanmar military armed-tanks are driven during a #parade to commemorate 71st…

Produced and recorded by David Blair Stiffler. "The Pipils are descendants of the Aztecs of Mexico and today are the last pure-blooded Indians living in the country of El Salvador. Aside from the Pipi

"Jawbone and Marimba Music" performed by Pedro and Jose Musto with Sylvester Xijache by Smithsonian Folkways, via SoundCloud.

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