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My wife and two friends hiking on the snow in Antarctica
Visiting the locals in Sangin, Afghanistan.
Curious elephant checking out our vehicle
Mother and baby hippo with Red-billed Oxpeckers in Chobe National Park, Botswana
Balancing Rock in Arches National Park, Utah
Classic Santa Monica
Two indigenous Embera girls, Kimberley and Marcela, giggle on a hammock in the pacific Colombian jungle village in Choco. They are painted in traditional Embera style with the juice of the Jagua fruit
Good Job Girl !
An indigenous Cubean woman from the Colombian Amazonic province of Vaupes inspects herself in the mirror shortly after painting herself to go and work in the yucca crop in the jungle, with 'carayuru'.
Longtime Rabbi
An indigenous Nukak girl with her face painted. The Nukak are an endangered nomadic tribe from the department of Guaviare who only began to make contact with the outside world in 1988. Since then west
The blackened body of an indigenous Embera woman, from the Pacific Colombian jungles of Choco. They paint themselves black with the juice of the jagua fruit to alleviate mosquito bites and skin rashes
Cody
An indigenous Nukak girl with her face painted.  The Nukak are an endangered nomadic tribe from the department of Guaviare who only began to make contact with the outside world in 1988. Since then wes
An indigenous Embera lady in the Pacific Colombian jungle of Choc covers her eyes with her hands which have been painted black (along with her body) with the juice of the jagua fruit in order to relie
Guardians of the Forest - Yucuna indians, deep in the Colombian Amazon, dressed in their traditional suits for the Baile del Mueco, or Puppet Dance, in which they celebrate the abundance of the chonta
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Purple moorhen, locally called Kaim at Tanguar Haor also called Tangua Haor. It is a unique wetland ecosystem. Every winter the haor is home to about 200 types of migratory birds. Sunamganj, Banglades
Take a break, have some honey
chicks of cattle egret. Bengali name: Gobak. English name: Cattle egret. Common bird found near water-bodies, cultivated fields, usually near grazing cattle.
chicks of cattle egret. Bengali name: Gobak. English name: Cattle egret. Common bird found near water-bodies, cultivated fields, usually near grazing cattle.
chicks & mother of cattle egret. Bengali name: Gobak. English name: Cattle egret. Common bird found near water-bodies, cultivated fields, usually near grazing cattle.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
An indigenous Nukak girl with her face painted. The Nukak are an endangered nomadic tribe from the department of Guaviare who only began to make contact with the outside world in 1988. Since then west

An indigenous Nukak girl with her face painted. The Nukak are an endangered nomadic tribe from the department of Guaviare who only began to make contact with the outside world in 1988. Since then western disease and the conflict have decimated them.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 15, 2012, 10:34 a.m.
Camera Make: Hasselblad
Camera Model: Hasselblad H3DII-31
Focal Length: 80mm
Shutter Speed: 1/30
Aperture: f8
ISO: ISO400
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