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The fountain of the place of Saint-Cyprien
The secret fish cave
Relax while travelling
Changing Maple Leaves in Cheshire, CT USA
Golden Gate Bridge, Rainy Day in May
Indian Bull Frogs Mating
Cancrinite crystals
The fairytale waterfall
Still life with sunfish
Pink
Lonely
Bull Race
Small protest on fifth avenue
Dogwood Blooms
Rock formation that looks like a beached whale.
Sales woman of the mountains
Stream of traditional dance
The ladies in the Blue City
Mr.Shwe Yoe
Sanidine crystals
Behind the line
Berkshire Sunrise
The oldest bridge
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Bull Race

Pacu Jawi is cow race originated in the Minangkabau region of West Sumatra. It is held on muddy rice fields as a celebration or auspice of good harvests and possibly increase the value of well performing cows and bulls. Jockeys also bite the animals’ tail to increase speed. The race is only 20-30 meters long.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2016
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