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Tree in the spring at dusk
Every sunday, the young girls and children like to meet each other to play throwing ball, one of traditional plays of minority poeple.
Emergency transport in Siem Riep, Cambodia
Whilst cruising on Lake Kariba, fishing, I saw these four young bull elephants grazing along a grassy island. Behind them a huge thuderstorm was brewing, and I had to capture the stunning African scen
Newborn painted turtle
Russia. A Pafnutiev-Borovsky Monastery near Kaluga. Divine light.
The Navigator
I went to the beach for an afternoon walk, came across with this tranquil scenery and took a photo.
An auto mechanic outside his shop in the City of the Dead, Cairo.
Sunset
Pyrenees Reflection
Amidst the dilapidated theatre of Jogesh Mime Academy in Calcutta. Mime artists Apu Maiti and Swarup Naskar stretch behind the curtain just before a show. Mime requires its performers to be flexible a
On the Mai Chau city of Viet Nam, every year, when season of the plum bloom, the young girls like to see them.
Web lily
Grazing Bear in Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite National Park
Lions fighting crocodiles
Jaya Bera, whose deaf and dumb daughter Megha Bera is a mime student waits at the backstage of a mime show while other participants look on. Due to obvious reasons mime attracts a lot of students who
Tenderness. From a life of roses. Sometimes there is a feeling that Rose can feel like human beings.
Cows Crossing
Old men are so happy to prepare with traditional words for traditional festival
A woman and her two sons at dusk in the central Sudanese town of Renk. Renk sits just 30 km south of the current borderline between north and south Sudan.
Mime artist Apu Maiti takes a breather between his performances at the dilapidated theatre of Jogesh Mime Academy. The mime shows, which place great importance on body language, are physically exhaust
Lions watch tourists
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Amidst the dilapidated theatre of Jogesh Mime Academy in Calcutta. Mime artists Apu Maiti and Swarup Naskar stretch behind the curtain just before a show. Mime requires its performers to be flexible a

Amidst the dilapidated theatre of Jogesh Mime Academy in Calcutta. Mime artists Apu Maiti and Swarup Naskar stretch behind the curtain just before a show. Mime requires its performers to be flexible and agile.

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Date Taken: 07.2010
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