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Riding a jeepney is not really comfortable, but people enjoy riding it.
Workers are walking above the roof of the new stadium in Brasilia.
Man carrying a goat from the field.
Brasilia's theater gets a lifting before the world cup of 2014
A saint smoking Ganja
A lady extracting rice from paddy in a traditional way.
A devotee walking on fire in Charak Festival.
After a strenuous hiking, my daughters dip in a cool clear river.
Occupation push xiep 
This job is just to catch shrimps, crabs, small fish ... along the edge of the water when the tide pulled away.
Pilgrims gathered in Benaras for a festival.
Women are sharing a light moment in a religious gathering.
Let's help each other to reach every bodies Destiny...
Fishermen at Vietnam coast are fishing using one kind of fishing tool called "xiep". They do fishing by groups on shallow seas
Fishermen at Vietnam coast are fishing using one kind of fishing tool called "xiep". They do fishing by groups on shallow seas.
A devotee worshiping God SUN.
Originally a martial art developed by slaves in Brazil at the end of the 17th century, capoeira has evolved today as a sport and a mean to value citizenship.
After a rainy day
A family enjoyed swimming along the seaside of a theme park.
On the 17th of June 2013 an upraise of the population takes place in Brazil's capital, asking for a reform of the public transportation, education and the end of corruption.
Occupation push xiep (used bamboo frame supports mesh exposed shrimp, fish) the profession's longstanding poor living coastal town of Bac Lieu
Floating on mirror.
All That Glitters
Mermaid out of water
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Let's help each other to reach every bodies Destiny...

Let's help each other to reach every bodies Destiny...

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Date Taken: 10.2013
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