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Moroccans opt for colorful shoes
Summer Days
Tashkent, Uzbeckistan
Please Buy a Basket
Last Snow...from my basement doorway....I thought it was so beautiful....Yet it was sad..I would never see this view again..we had to leave our home...we lost it...
Some Muslim people were praying to their God inside the great and ancient Immambara(ancient school of history) on the occasion of Idd Festival ,the great festival of Muslim community.
Lady steps through doorway of a home in Morocco
In South India
If I were to give this image a title, it would be called; "Realms." However, If I were to give this image a Caption, it would simply state; "Save the Detroit Michigan Central Station," the station was
After a rainstorm in Vaughn, Ontario snails were in abundance in the gardens in the North Toronto suburbs. This one was nestled snuggly in a flower.
At the Museum of Wooden Architecture, Near Irkysk, Siberia
Leather is dipped into vats of dye in Morocco
Souvenir Seller in Syria
Sudarbon, the world heritage forest is very famous for its Tiger and riverscape. Every year all the river side is seriously affected by cyclone.
A Door to What?
Horse protesting pulling a buggy all day
Streets of Morocco are filled with colorful shops.
A Quiet Moment of Prayer
Shadows form as camel caravan moves across the Sahara desert in Morocco.
Emperor Penguins
Caravan embarks on a trip on the Sahara Desert in Morocco
Herbert, while sightseeing in New York
Deep in thought
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Leather is dipped into vats of dye in Morocco

Leather is dipped into vats of dye in Morocco

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2010
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 18, 2010, 9:36 a.m.
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