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My grandson enjoying a ride on his bicycle in the park
A man jogging in the morning by the Straits os Malacca.
An eldeerly man doing his morning exercise by the sea. In the background is part of a hotel building.
Hawker canvasing for business from a woman entering a temple
Second and third grandson also totally engrossed with their ipad and iphone, playing games durind a dinner party
My grandson very engrossed with the ipad during a dinner party
A family enjoying the sunset by the Straits of Johor
YELLOW BEAUTY, a flower from south india
While on the run, NH-45 HIGHWAY INDIA
HOPE. . .
because I was made for chasing dreams. . . .
Religious Deem
A Ashura festival: Shi'a Muslims beat and flog themselves in parades on this day, to express their grief and to reenact the pain that Hussein suffered.
orphan. . .

(the picture conveys the message on how our community can support the orphans and make them feel home).
my guardian angel....

(the delicacy of a bubble guarding the fragility of a dandelion).
The Solitary Winnower Women
Two women are winnowing paddy to separate the rice grains from the husks.
Enlightened by sun rays at Workington in Cumbria (UK) I could easily have been on another planet!
Dome Reflections at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
This image was taken in Manchester England. It's a portrait of a homeless man selling The Big Issue.
Shettihalli Rosary Church in ruins after Gorur-Hemavathy reservoir was constructed, when reservoir is full the church is nearly submerged except for its top most spire (Seen by color difference at top
A Gift From Nature
THE SPIDER AT MY STAIR CASE
i was interest by the scene of the horse and the tractor.two way of agriculture
a winter scene transformed i an old image
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Religious Deem A Ashura festival: Shi'a Muslims beat and flog themselves in parades on this day, to express their grief and to reenact the pain that Hussein suffered.

Religious Deem A Ashura festival: Shi'a Muslims beat and flog themselves in parades on this day, to express their grief and to reenact the pain that Hussein suffered.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
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© Atik Ullah Sayeed.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 12.2011
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Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: May 3, 2012, 5:04 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 50D
Focal Length: 18mm
Shutter Speed: 1/2000
Aperture: f3.5
ISO: ISO500
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