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Women carriying salt in Sahara Desert
Women devoties spreading Sindur  on the others fore head as a ritual,after they worshiped the goddess durga.
Local people faces difficulties due to the poor transport system.
it is a tough trek on the mountains
A rapanui man walk among moais in Eastern Island. Pacific Ocean.
There is no substitute of heard work. Women working for their lively hood and the betterment of their family.
The east coast of Barbados.
Fishermen carrying their boat after their successful fishing.Nikon D-90
Sunrise in The Grand Tetons National Park.
people use clay pot in their regular use. These poor men take this as an business option.
A remote beach on the north coast of Barbados.
the mothers  drive away the ill spirit and omen, the harbinger of good hope and fortune to their offspring.
At the Circus
Mountain views of Yellowstone National Park.
lexi in the summer
A skilfull throu of the fishing net in the river.
Our honeymoon sunset in Tortola, B.V.I.
seafood platter in annapolis
Abstract Japanese tree.
Tso-muriri Lake a breathtaking sight of the first rays of the sun on the tso muriri lake
One of the beauties of the Blue Ridge Parkway.
in the ocassion of the "Chaat" the worship of Sun God, in this festival the people performing their prayer to Sun God.
A honey bee hovers over tiny wild flowers in search of nectar.
7th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
the mothers drive away the ill spirit and omen, the harbinger of good hope and fortune to their offspring.

the mothers drive away the ill spirit and omen, the harbinger of good hope and fortune to their offspring.

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Kolkata, India
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© Kallol Sen.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2009
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 23, 2009, 8:02 a.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D50
Focal Length: 18mm
Shutter Speed: 1/250
Aperture: f13
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