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Grandmother&Granddaughter
Elvis holds Elvis
Rambu Solo Toraja
Indian Festival
Old market in Korea
Hawk Notation
Dance in The Boat.
Haeundae beach in Korea
spider making his web
Reflections in the Spokane River
East sea of Korea
PETROMAX
Guam Gorge
Balladier
Macro world: jumping spider
The Potomac River at Sunset
Mt. Rainier with a cloud
Macro world: in detail
Force of Life
Bridge to Autumn
Macro world: bee happy
Flags
Macro world: never hide your wings
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
PETROMAX

The Petromax lamp is the oldest and most well-known pressure lamp in the world especially in the rural areas in the Philippines, which is commonly used in the areas without electricity. To this day,it was assembled carefully by hand. That is why you can get from Petromax a wide range of accessories and almost all spare parts beside the lamps in different models. Moreover, the operating principle of the lamp has remained the same since its invention in the early 20th century and thus stands for tradition and quality.

TAGS: Light, Philippines, Travel

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