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Intricate beauty
Resting carving by the Tiber
 Carving traditional lacquerware
An atrisan with his gourd carving
Ice sculptor at work
Royal Kuba King Art:
stone carving at a Masjid of 15th cent.
The Pillar
Contrast in Color : 2nd Century Budhist Karla Caves at Lonavala, India
Tsukiji Rush Hour
Maori Carving
Artists working on sculpture
Jack-o-vape
Master Pumpkin Carving Contest
A man carves out his name in Khmer on a well he helped construct
An old horse hitch in Bruges
Discovering the madersa
An man practices making figurines to sell as souvenirs as tourism develops along the Mekong
Carved Bears
Stone carving of Buddha from the Yungang Grottoes in China.
Hope in a pumpkin
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Tsukiji Rush Hour

Tsukiji Fish Market is well-known as a tourist attraction for early-risers who seek a different kind of fine-dining experience. While observing workers rush deliveries to maintain fresh quality in quantity, movement through the narrow alleys adds to the gritty and raw atmosphere that their products already carry. Behind a quick-stepping customer, a fishmonger cuts a large tuna in his shop, moving at the speed of perfection that ends as soon as it begins.

TAGS: Carving, Japan, Rush

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2016
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Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: April 16, 2016, 1:19 a.m.
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Camera Model: ILCE-5000
Focal Length: 50mm
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