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Nelson stairs
Arts and crafts produced by a native Kichwa painter in Quilotoa, Ecuador
Farewell
JOURNEY
Solitude
Worshiping The Holy River Ganges
Just before sunset in Waterrfront bay in Cape Town
Throwing the Cast Net
Laguna Quilotoa in the Ecuadorian Andes
Solitude
Walking
Sparks A-Flyin'
THE HERITAGE OF KOLKATA
Making mondongo over a fire in Quilotoa, Ecuador
STREET CRICKET
A traditional character in the Corpus Christi festival of Zumbahua, Ecuador
Psychedelic Spider
Beach Rocks
ROADSIDE BARBER
A Field of Flowers
Lavender Iris On Black
LOVE AND GOD
Gardinias On Black
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Sparks A-Flyin'

Blacksmithing has been a part of the Americana experience for centuries. It's becoming a lost art but is still alive in some areas today.

TAGS: America, Blacksmith, Craft, Georgia, Iron, Sparks, United States

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Date Taken: 11.2013
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