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An sick man who begs for alms at the park.
In a village on the outskirts of Hampi, a baby boy takes an afternoon nap in a sarong suspended from the ceiling. He is wearing a bindi, a traditional forehead decoration applied between the eyebrows.
This is the common scenario of train journey in Bangladesh. Every day most of the people are taking life risk to ride on the roof of the train for saving money.
Blue Morpho butterfly resting
A Room With a View
A man carrying his happiness.
Night Boat
Young mahouts (elephant riders), playing Chinlone, the traditional sport of Myanmar. Chinlone is a non-competitive sport played with a rattan ball where the focus is on artistry.
Jars by the Canal
Primary school girls are riding by-cycle to go to school in Lalmonirhat. Due to social and religious boundary girls are not allow to ride by-cycle or any kind of vehicle in past. But nowadays the pers
Commerant fisherman lights his lantern to prepare for a night time excursion.
As well as house building, women in Turtuk engage in many heavy-duty tasks such as transporting water and carrying baskets laden with wheat and barley.
In Kolkata it is common to come across extreme diversity - from illiterate daily wage-earners struggling for their next meal to business tycoons. This city of contrasts was symbolised by the humble ha
Throw it up and make a wish in New Year!
High Water - San Marco Square after several successive rainy days
iran-the yuong boy and his bycqle-old masqiue
Foreigner tourist bus crossing the road in the capital city Kabul in Afghanistan. Afghanistan has attracted a succession of invaders since the sixth century.
Praying near a mine field during the Epiphany
Local man taking an afternoon break to smoke a bit of shisha.
A local peddler sells his wares on the top of Karon viewpoint, Phuket.
A pilgrim capturing a youth march near the Greek Monastery at the Epiphany
A man at the doorway of a house, who had time for a poise to the camera
There is a strong culture of sustainability in Turtuk and with an average of 320 days of sunshine per year, solar cookers are widely used for heating water.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
As well as house building, women in Turtuk engage in many heavy-duty tasks such as transporting water and carrying baskets laden with wheat and barley.

As well as house building, women in Turtuk engage in many heavy-duty tasks such as transporting water and carrying baskets laden with wheat and barley.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2013
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2013, 4:32 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 24mm
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