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Surfers' Paradise
A group of children at the Botanical Garden, Shibpur
Hon Dat Ceramic
Evening symmetry
Delft Cheese
Stallions Fight 1
View from a shop window in Japan
A Thousand Faces, A Million Names..
Yuch!
Springtime in the Palouse Hills
on the road
An old man resting while we were travelling.
The Night Flower with Flash
Barnacle covered log
Overlooking the sunset on Guitar Lake near the Mount Whitney trail junction
Venice Rookery Egret
Dusk in Agra
Quick Trip to Lake Tipsoo.
Two Indonesian Boys in Lombok
happiness in the balance sheet
A backpacker along the John Muir Trail stops to admire her surroundings
Early Morning fog
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
on the road

Since ancient times, people lived under the Khmer An Giang hamlet, mostly upland farming and cattle used for plowing, so the cow was raised people, well cared for. Farming season, bringing Khmer cow man plowing farmland for women to transplanting, then gradually change to another company. While working, cow racing altogether farmers, gradually the habit, oxen often awarded winners. Since then, racing cows become customary Khmer Seven Mountains-An Giang on each occasion and the annual Dolta Sene become traditional festivals, typical of the Khmer ethnic minority people in An Giang Nui Bay.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2013
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 20, 2015, 1:36 a.m.
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