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Mother Lion within feet of safari vehicle
Flying Over a Concrete Jungle in Calgary, Alberta
Sunset in ocean city
Lions at rest
The beauty of a rescue
Makeup Artist
A sapling growing through a deer vertabra
View of Dubrovnik from cable car
The Laundry
Boy distracted by technology.
Concrete Jungle in Calgary, Alberta
Their Blood Waters Our Freedom, Namibia 2017
Spring Geese, Harlem Meer, Central Park
Mystic Wall
Sleepy Gosling
A BEAUTIFUL SKY IN A BEAUTIFUL AFTERNOON
Small herd of Argali grazing on a ridge
PURPLE HERON WITH KILL
Navajo Park Ranger
Union Square Portrait
King Penguins, Salisbury Plain, South Georgia Island
Valley view
Fall in Edmonton, Canada
15th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Their Blood Waters Our Freedom, Namibia 2017

Namibian post-apartheid reconciliation continues to be fraught with issues of ancestral land rights, ethnic-driven interests, economic instability. National pride and unity are the focus of the Independence Memorial Museum in the capitol city of Windhoek, dedicated to anti-colonial resistance and the national liberation struggle.

TAGS: Africa, Namibia

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Date Taken: 10.2017
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2017, 1:38 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Windhoek, Namibia