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The artists of these burlap figures are students of the Academy of F.Arts of Ljubljana: Katja Bogataj, Polona Cerne, Ana Kerin, Lan Seusek, Barbara Pintar, Miha Makovec Neza Jurman in Pavel Ekrijas un
temple on terrace fields
Cloud 9 in Siargao is known worldwide as one of the top surfing destinations on the planet. Minus the surfers, the waves from beneath are grand spectacles by themselves
Traditional Wrestling sport in the villages of Iran
Burning Himalayas on a cloudy day..
Admiring one of the oldest buildings in my small town
Mountain is covered with clouds
Sun bathing
a kid practices his flute preparing for his performance  on  bigger crowd at a night market on Antipolo City, Philippines
Not even rain will stop a true Floridian from patrolling the beach.
Under the boardwalk at Flagler Beach
How can something so fragile be so unharmed by society?
In the North Georgia mountains, vibrant new life sprouts up as soon as the rain passes.
Gazing through the mirror in my room
Beesy
workers pile up metal braces building up a foundation of a soon to be mall besides the biggest mall in asia.
Kicks kids In the 33 bridge Isfahan.
workers pile up metal braces building up a foundation of a soon to be  mall besides
the biggest mall in asia.
A cheetah at Safari West, through the pen fence
Life for retirement in the parks
A photo of the Bay Bridge, San Francisco Bay, California
Nothing says America like camping in the backcountry of Yosemite National Park.
The bride's dowry
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
How can something so fragile be so unharmed by society?

How can something so fragile be so unharmed by society?

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Riverview, Florida, United States of America
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Date Taken: 07.2011
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