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Italy's Road
Mother & Children
a snake in a pond
White and Green
Reaching for the Cross
a bumblebee flying
VIETNAM, SAPA, Children after school
Fishing factory
Champagne Toast
eclipse of the blood moon
VIETNAM, SAPA, Boy attending religious ceremony
Resting
Portrait of Paul
Fishing port
Vatican Mornings
blood moon and stars
Looking for a Friend..!
Fishing Bear
Colorful Rider
Ann at 94, having her makeup done
VIETNAM, SAPA, Enjoying a cigarette after dinner
Harmukh Peak and Nadbal Lake at night
Bike path at fall
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Resting

The Dancing Devils of Yare (Diablos Danzantes del Yare) is the name of a religious festivity celebrated in San Francisco de Yare, Miranda state, Venezuela, at the Corpus Christi day. It's a ritual dance is performed by the so-called "Dancing Devils", who wear colorful garments (commonly all red), layers of stripped fabric, masks of grotesque appearance and also accessories like crosses, scapulars, rosaries and other sorts of amulets.

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Date Taken: 06.2015
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